Bob is on the left.
This is Bob’s first 2x coupe, driven by among others Tony Mordino, Gene Bergin, Fats Caruso, Jerry Wheeler, and Ed. In this photo, driver Billy Harman is on the left. Photo from Racingthroughtime.com.
Photo from David Alburn.
The first-ever 2x.
The first 2x, with Bill Harman driving.
Photo by Paul Conley.
1968-11-03 – Martinsville Cardinal 500. Car owner Bob Judkins pushes the 2x along pit road after its engine has failed.
1969. This was after Bob had enlarged the window openings of the car and was racing it pretty much full-time on dirt. Photo taken at Bob’s garage on the Berlin Turnpike.
Facing the camera is Major, a German Shepherd given to Bob by Ed.
This had been the 2x coupe. This photo was taken after Tiny Lombard had bought the car from Bob and turned it into a full-time dirt car for Rene Charland to drive.
This is the first 2x Pinto under construction at Bob’s garage on the Berlin Turnpike. Photos by Arthur Christy, from the Chuck Grime Collection via Fran Lawlor.
1971 – Stafford Springs, after they had won the Labor Day 200-lap race in Bob’s Pinto.
This was the first Pinto Modified, shown here with driver Seabury Tripler. Bob Judkins, who built and owned the famous 2x, first NASCAR Pinto, said that he got the idea from this car, which preceded his by about three months. Rene Dugas photo.
This is the second 2x Pinto when it was almost brand-new.