909 was most often driven by Jerry Dostie and Bob Santos. Photo by Rene Dugas, from La Jeunesse Collection, via Racingthroughtime.com
This was one of the first cars that Art built. Photo from racingthroughtime.com.
Photo from Ragingthroughtime.com.
1966. Photo by Rich Young.
Art is behind the wheel.
1969 – This is Art Barry’s “Stumpjumper”, usually numbered as 909. Bob Santos and Jerry Dostie were the regular drivers of the 909. Ed drove Art’s next coupe, the 09, successfully in many races in 1971.
1972 – Martinsville.
1972-10-31 – Norwich Bulletin. Image from Frank Cornell.
1973-04-15 – Stafford Springs.
Art Barry’s 09 coupe. Image from Vintagemodifieds.com.
This car was built by Art Barry as the #09, which Ed (and also Bob Santos) drove to a number of important wins. Art sold it to Dave Spence, who repainted the car as #206 and campaigned it primarily at New London-Waterford.
In 1974 Ed and Rocky Germani (who with Ed had co-owned the original ¢ cars of 1964-66) bought the car from Dave Spence and renumbered it as the #06. Ed drove it once or twice as the #06.
Rocky then took sole ownership of the car and renumbered it as the light blue ¢. His drivers were Richie Galullo (shown here) and Stan Gregor. Photo by Phil Hoyt via Racingthroughtime.com.
1974 – Art Barry in red jacket, Bill Slater on the right. Image from Racingthroughtime.com.