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For Sale: AH Sprite- raced with RMVR off and on until 2005. Vehicle is in good shape, no rust or body damage - stored inside. 1275 engine built for racing, with a mild cam, balanced crank, oversized valves, and racing pistons. Auto Power Industries roll bar, double bearing rear hubs, Fuel Safe fuel cell, lowered 1", and tube shocks. Colorado title and Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing log book. Original 1098 engine (needs work) and other parts (windshield & frame, folding top frame, hard top etc.) needed to convert back to street legal available. Contact: Dick Young (303) email@example.com
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Information needed- Looking for information on Bud Morley who died in 2000. He was a long-time SCCA and USAC racer. He’s in the #33 Dagrada Lancia in the photo. The #89 car appears to be OUR Condor FJr.
Just a lucky photo since the New Zealander who sent this to us was researching the Dagrada juniors.
Here’s the info on the photo: note on it says “Midwestern USA Regional”.
Does anyone know of or have a list of Morley’s races and entries for Oct 1961 to July 1963?
That would let us pin down the logical track and MAYBE advertise for help in getting the track identified… maybe with an entry list.
With a NAME for the Condor driver and/or owner, we MIGHT be able to zero in on (and even complete) the CONDOR’s history in America!
Ken Johnson email@example.com
Condor Chassis 006- Engine 006. Imported by Bieners, the car probably went direct to Bud (Bernard) Morley: RIP 2000. The car with USA export style body was painted Black with Amadori wheels and was first raced by Morley in Oct 1961. Raced extensively by him in Mid-west regional events until it was last seen with him at an event in July 1963. Morley Raced invariably with a number three somewhere in the race number.