Old Stock Car Racing Photographs
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Alvin Riley, Medora, Kansas - c1956 - Gary Shinkle collection

 

Alvin Riley, Medora, Kansas - c1954 - Gary Shinkle collection

 

#29 Buddy Carroll and #37 Lloyd Hildreth slip between two unidentified cars at Robbins Speedway, Wichita, Kansas - c1955 – Buddy Carroll collection

 

#37 Lloyd Hildreth leads #29 Buddy Carroll and #50 Bill Nelson at Robbins Speedway, Wichita, Kansas – c1955 – Buddy Carroll collection

 

Unidentified sedan at "81" Speedway,  Wichita, Kansas - c1956 - Roy Andrews collection

 

The #25 was owned and driven by Bill Nichols.  The #76 was driven by Jim Sipult.  The #51 was owned by Al Williams – Cejay Stadium, Wichita, Kansas – 1952 – Jim Edwards photo

 

 

If you know where this photo was taken, please contact Bob Lawrence - Roy Andrews collection

 

#7-11 Sylvus Benge is the only car identified so far among the cars in the pits at the Sherman County Fairgrounds at Goodland, Kansas in the summer of 1959 – Sylvus Benge collection

 

#7-11 Sylvus Benge is the only car identified in this photo taken at the Sherman County Fairgrounds at Goodland, Kansas c1959 – Sylvus Benge collection

 

 

Roy Andrews with a coupe he drove for Hap Hunter, Wichita, Kansas - 1957 - Roy Andrews collection

 

 

Marvin Thompson raced this car at Cejay Stadium, Wichita, Kansas - c1951 - Jim Edwards photo from the Marvin Thompson collection

 

James Robert “Bob” Cox of Halstead, Kansas beside the 1932 Ford sedan he drove to the Kansas State Stock Car Championship in 1950.  The car was owned by Harold Dean of Newton, Kansas – J. R. Cox collection

 

#49 Jim Roper leads #48 Bob Cox by the grandstands at Cejay Stadium in 1951.  Both cars were owned by Harold Dean of Newton, Kansas – J. R. Cox collection

 

#49 Jim Roper leads unidentified drivers in cars #8 and #20 at Cejay Stadium in Wichita, Kansas - 1951 – J. R. Cox collection

 

 

Doran Raine, Jr. drove his own 4-door sedan stock car at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1958 - Doran Raine, Jr. collection

 

 

“8 Ball” was owned by Lawrence Brooks of Arkansas City, Kansas - "81" Speedway; Wichita, Kansas - c1956 - Larry Brooks collection

 

 

Keith Cofield’s first race car, Wichita, Kansas – 1951 – Claudine Cofield collection

 

 

Keith Cofield, Wichita, Kansas – 1959 – Claudine Cofield collection 

 

 

Stan Jowers drove this car for Bert Stoner of Clearwater, Kansas – Loretta Cox collection

 

 

#5 Bob Mack in a 1932 Ford Victoria owned by Harry Everhart at Cejay Stadium in Wichita, Kansas in 1952 – Jim Edwards photo

 

 

The #22 coupe was owned and driven by Bud Webster.  The #24 owas owned by Al White and driven by Will Forrest.  The #21 was owned by Bill Matlock.  The #1 car has not been identified - Cejay Stadium in Wichita, Kansas c1951 – Jim Edwards photo 

 

The field is headed coming around for the start of a race at Cejay Stadium in Wichita, Kansas c1952.  The #24 at left was owned by Al White and driven by Will Forrest.  The #5 starting outside of the second row was owned by Harry Everhart and driven by Bob Mack.  The #36 starting inside of the third row, was driven by Gene DeWald of Winfield, Kansas.  The #10 starting outside of the 7th row was owned by Ted Kammerer and driven by Bill Mears – Jim Edwards photo from the J. R. Cox collection

 

This #22 Ford coupe was owned and driven by Bud Webster of Winfield, Kansas.  Left to right are: Marjorie Collins, Bill Collins, unidentified, and Idabell Webster – CeJay Stadium; Wichita, Kansas c1951 – Jim Edwards photo 

 

The winners of the First Annual National Jalopy Championship races that were run at Taft Stadium in Oklahoma City in October of 1957.  Left to right are: Charlie Hiner, Allen Carter, Frank Lies, and Kenny Riffel – Mike McCoy collection

 

This #4A coupe was owned by Ernie McCoy of Arkansas City, Kansas and driven by Forrest Coleman of Wichita, Kansas who is pictured here with the car.  This photo was taken at “81” Speedway north of Wichita, Kansas in April of 1959 – Mike McCoy collection 

 

Will Forrest of Wichita, Kansas won the 50-lap National Jalopy Championship at Hutchinson, Kansas in 1959 in this coupe owned by Ernie McCoy of Arkansas City, Kansas – Mike McCoy collection 

  

This photo of jalopies at Cejay Stadium in Wichita, Kansas was taken from the first turn in the spring of 1954 and shows cars lined up in front of the grandstand for a race.  The only one of the cars in this photo to be identified so far is the #98 coupe sitting in the infield at right that was owned by Harry Proft of Marion, Kansas and driven by J. R. “Bob” Cox – Jermoe Chumley collection 

 

The Brooks family of Winfield, Kansas gathered around a Ford coupe they had purchased from Joe Collins – LeRoy Brooks collection 

 

Willard Ames with a “modified sport car” #00 that he raced with the North Central Kansas Modified Stock Car Racing Association (NCKMSCRA) a.k.a. the Dust Devils car club in northern Kansas c1953 – Cecil Rivers collection

 

#9 Dudley Thurston (left) and #77 Alvin George during a “modified sport car” race at Concordia, Kansas on May 10, 1953 – Cecil Rivers collection

  

An unidentified driver takes the checkered flag at a race at Osborne, Kansas on September 27, 1953 – Cecil Rivers collection

 

Unidentified cars at a NCKMSCRA race at Beloit, Kansas on October 18, 1953 – Cecil Rivers collection

 

 

 

 

 

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