Jim Dunn in his
"Green Mountain Boys" (Woody Trick Car II) at Lions
in 1967. This was one of just two 1967 Woody (RCE) "trick
cars" so named for the unconventional front suspension.
The first car built as a RCS factory car. The first driver is
Then Gene Adams
put his motor in the car and John Mulligan drove it for a bit.
Then the car went back to Woody. In the meantime Tommy Allen
had allot of miles on his RCS car and it is suggested by Mulligan
that he go buy a Woody car.
Tommy goes up
to RCS and comes back with the Trick Car and runs it for a bit
then he bought it from Woody. Then Tommy gets drafted in '67
and Larry Huff and Marlene, Tommy's wife sell the car to Tom
McEwen. Tom runs it for a while then it gets sold to the Anderson
Brothers in Texas and a young up and comer, somebody by the name
of Kenny Bernstein drives it. Then the Anderson Brothers sell
the car to a local guy and the local guy crashes and is killed
at a local track.
The second car
is the one that Jim Dunn drove (pictured above). It was green
and had a nose. Jim wasn't happy with the front end and took
it off and put on a conventional front end. From there that car
went up north and was eventually crashed as well. The front end
of the second car rests on the ceiling of Tom Wilford's garage.
Bros. - Beach Boys" AA/FD (Dwight Salisbury up) at Irwindale