MARYLAND
STOCK CAR RACING
HALL OF FAME

A tribute to the racers that have brought us
countless memories over the past half century
of Maryland stock car racing

A tribute to the racers that have brought us countless memories over the past half century of Maryland stock car racing.

Race Cars Models of Yesteryear

These die-cast replicas of stock cars of the 60's were made by Greg Deeth of Midlothian, Virginia. Greg can often be seen at Williams Grove Speedway and at various Eastern Museum of Motor Racing functions at Latimore Valley, Pennsylvania. Greg will have extensive display at the Reunion Bullroast at Earleigh Heights, Maryland on October 21, 2007. These models are from my personal collection.

#2 Sedan-Driven by Frankie Schneider of New Jersey in the late 60's. Frankie raced at Westport, Lanham, Dorsey and Ritchie during the early 50's.

#45- coupe- Mason Brothers Garage out of North Carolina. Driven by Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Alabama at Beltsville Speedway in 1965-1966

#90-coupe-Junie Dunleavy of Richmond, Virginia. Driven by Sonny Hutchins at Beltsville Speedway in 1965 and 1966.

#8-coupe-Reds Kagle car driven by Johnny Roberts at Hagerstown Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, Beltsville Speedway and Dorsey Speedway in 1965. 

#11-coupe-Clayton Mitchell owned and driven by Ray Hendrick at Beltsville Speedway in 1965-1966.

#7-coupe- Owned by Tiny Slayton of Baltimore and driven by Johnny Roberts in 1960.

#7-sedan-Owned by Tiny Slayton of Baltimore and driven by Johnny Roberts 1960 to 1962. The original car was not a cut down car. Unfortunately this is only available die-cast sedan available to use. Sorry.

#2-supemodified (30X90)- Owned and driven by Bobby Able off Pennsylvania. This is a replica of the car that Bobby won back to back modified titles at Dorsey Speedway in 1965-1966.

#88 Supermodified (30X90) Owned by Bud Grim of Randlestown and driven by Ray Tilley of Pennsylvania to many wins at Central Pensylvania tracks in the mid to late 60's.

#88 Supermodified owned by Bud Grim and driven by Ray Tilley in the early 70's to many wins in Central Pennslvania.

Johnny Lightning 1/64 version of the '37 Ford Coupe that was the icon of early sportsman-modified racing.

#5 Pewter '37 Ford stock car. This is a pewter version of the plastic car that was sold at all of the speedways during the 50's and early 60's. 

#90 Ray Kable Modified from the 50's and 60's raced at Dorsey, Lincoln, Delaware  made by Ed Gross of Dillsburg, Pa.
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