Black and White
|Photo ID #||L01.16.15_292_004_VIN_0060BG_1|
|Car #:||#292 & #4Jr|
|Driver (s) :||unknown in the #292, and Winnie Andrews in the #4Jr|
|Photo provided by:||Russ Dodge|
|Comments:||Comment from Russ: What is it with this #?....|
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|01.16.15||3-Wide||You see Russ... all this time, the problem was that darn # (lol...)
Actually, add the 3 digits up and see what you come up with.... No
wonder the #292 was trouble!
I don't know who was in the #292 in the picture above, but Al Michalchuk, running the same #292 definitely had his share of moments, like the fellow in the above photo from Vineland.
The whole # thing reminds me of the time that Al was running a red #37 coupe in 1974 that I heard was a former Bobby Dragon car from New England. Al had a couple of solid runs in the car as the #37 when he first got the car, so during the week, he stenciled his more familiar # on the sides and roof.. and took it to East Windsor that very next Friday night: