|Photo ID #||K11.26.14_091_019_REA_0076WELD_1|
|Car #:||#91 (center), #3 and #19|
|Driver (s) :||#3 Gary Balough, #91 Kenny Weld, and Kenny Brightbill #19|
|Photo provided by:||Mark Braun|
|Comments:||Comment from Mark Braun: "3 wide" Weld cars of Balough, Weld and Brightbill with Bob Hauer on the outside, Reading 1976, Ed Weaver photo, I own the photo.|
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|11.26.14||3Wide||Really great image showing 3 Weld built cars in competition, with Kenny Weld driving the #91, (one of the original Weld cars), Kenny Brightbill in the Weld built white Statewide #19, and Gary Balough in the Weld built red Statewide #3.|
|11.26.14||Rick Shive||Weld #91 - Weld had kept this one for himself, then sold to George Moskat where it was driven as the #91 and as the Moskat #11. Weld kept driving it. Sold to Gary Hieber #56, then Clay Woodington #94. Whereabouts unknown.|
|12.01.14||3-Wide||I'm still not sure which version of the George Moskat owned car came first, the #11 or the #91? It would make sense that the #91 came first since that was Kenny's # and according to Rick's info above, Kenny had kept this one for himself, however as has been pointed out by others, their is no window in the #11... yet there is a window in the #91, which would make many think the #11 came first.|
|12.06.14||3-Wide||Yup... The yellow #11 came first. The story I got from Gary Heiber via Danny Heiber is that they couldn't keep right rear tires on the car so for a change in luck, they renumbered the yellow #11 to the #91 that you see above.|