Oscar Lloyd Coleman

1905 - 1938

Oscar of Dallas, Texas set the fastest time with his #1 Cragar in time trials at Winfield, Kansas when he raced there on July 28, 1934, but a crash in the first heat race eliminated him from competition for the day – Don Radbruch collection

 

Oscar Coleman in his Cragar and P. D. Plant beside it.

Barbara Thompson collection

Oscar Coleman and family in 1932.

Speedway Park was at Corpus Cristi, Texas.

Barbara Thompson collection

 

 

 

Oscar Coleman’s daughter sitting in his Cragar – Barbara Thompson collection


 

An unidentified child is shown here seated in Oscar Coleman’s Cragar – Roy W. Coleman collection

 

 

The little boy is unidentified but that is Oscar Coleman’s daughter at right in his Cragar.

Roy W. Coleman collection

 

 

The little boy is unidentified but that is Oscar Coleman’s daughter in the car – Roy W. Coleman collection

 

 

Oscar Coleman in his Cragar – Roy W. Coleman collection

 

 

Oscar Coleman is shown here seated in his Cragar.  That is his uncle, Silas Harland Coleman standing behind the car and Oscar’s father, Oscar C. “Topsy” Coleman standing to Oscar’s left – Roy W Coleman collection

 

 

Oscar Coleman and his #1 Cragar

Pappy Noe collection

Restland Cemetery – Dallas, Texas

Roy W. Coleman photo

 

 

 

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