Tom Walsh (VP)
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass
John Corey's 1932 Buick Series 50 (custom boattail speedster body – intended for Great Race but not yet reliable enough) - these had driver-adjustable dampers and vacuum auto-shifter and OHV.
John Corey's 1954 Studebaker Commander Landcruiser (last year’s and this coming year’s Great Race ride) – small block v8 before THE small block, hill holder, freewheel, automatic overdrive
John Corey's 1961 Imperial Crown convertible (many prior Great Race runs) – widest US car ever, heaviest gauge body steel, electroluminescent dash, alternator, signal-seeking radio, curved side glass
John Corey's 1971 Lotus Elan Plus2 – steel backbone frame, glass body, Chapman strut suspension, DOHC
John Corey's 1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate (double duty as tow vehicle) – last body-on-frame full-size, early airbags, full auto HVAC
John Corey's 1987 Pontiac Fiero – unstressed plastic body on steel spaceframe, mid-engine
John Corey's 2004 Jaguar XJR (fuel pump – one of two - cost $967!) – all aluminum, bonded & riveted construction, supercharged V8, radar adaptive cruise control
Sue Corey's flamed PT Cruiser.
John Stoodley's '59 Ford
Regarding the '59 Ford, the before picture was taken in around 1984. it was 7 year project. you do this type of restoration once in your lifetime. Neighbors were not real happy. Present picture was taken by Dan Lyons, Times Union.
John Stoodley's '30 Ford
Regarding the '30 Ford, the before picture was taken in 1963, I was 13 years old at the time and my first restoration, the purchased was $200.