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Bob Wingate, Dick Gauldstrand, James Garner and his "68 corvette team

Tom Bryant

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Bob Wingate, Dick Guldstrand, James Garner and his "68 corvette team

Here is a great site with a major Corvette history lesson attached.

Tom

http://www.airl88.com/
 
Thanks Tom for posting the above link. I remember seeing this site back in August, when I followed a link from the Supercar Registry. It was around the same time that I joined the CACC. Those guys were wondering if anyone knew what had happened to the other missing cars. Perhaps the Guldstrand guys can trace 'em down? --Bullitt
 
Those are some dyno-****ing mite pictures Tom! :J

Everybody is so young! :L

It is really a shame that Dick moved from that shop. It wasn't much, but damn, the memories it must hold! I can smell it just by looking at the pictures. :gap

Thanks for posting that link. :upthumbs

_ken
 
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Whatcha talkin' bout Mr spellchecker? I didn't spell nuttin' wrong.:D
 
Thanks, Tom. I don't know if I feel young or old looking at those pictures ;) . I was in high school then and I remember spending hours trying to figure out how to make enough money for a down payment on a new Vette (never happened). Great site, thanks for posting the link.

-Guy
 
Wow,

That is so cool.

Thanks, I really enjoyed looking at those historic photos, cars, and legends (both man and machine)

Chris
 
From the website:
The high bank at 160+mph in the promo car .

Awesome site Tom!:upthumbs I hope that promo car goes on the show circuit once the restoration is finished.

- Eric
 
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Be sure to check out the '67 site too. It's hard to believe that you could get a car like that special built if you knew the right person and Joe Pike was definately the right person.

Tom
 
That site is linked in our <a href="http://corvetteportal.com">Corvette Portal</a> section under General Corvette Sites. :)
 
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Looks like more Portal browsing is in order.
 

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