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 Harmon is on the left. Photo from Racingthroughtime.com.
Photo from David Alburn.
The first 2x, with Bill Harman driving.
Photo by Paul Conley.
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.
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.
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.
1973 – Ed with Bob Judkins after victory in Spring Sizzler.
Originally printed in “Speedway Scene”.
Seekonk. Photo by Mercury, from Racingthroughtime.com.
Plainville open competition 100 victory. Bob Judkins in red jacket on the left. Phil Hoyt photo, from Racingthroughtime.com.
This car started life as the original 2x coupe. It then became the Vigliarolo #34. In the photo it is driven by George Alkas. Photo by Phil Hoyt, via Tom Ormsby and Racingthroughtime.com.
1979. On the right is Marvin Rifchin, the “M” of M&H Tires and a stalwart of Modified racing for decades.
Bob is on the left.
Bob is standing over the air cleaner.
Seekonk. On the right is top mechanic Vic Kangas.
Paula Flemke is on the left in the hat, Ron is standing behind her. Bob is right of center in the red shirt.
1979 – Photo by Howie Hodge, from Thechromehorn.com
Bob is on the right in the blue t-shirt.
That’s Bob leaning on the roof.
After his series of very successful 2x coupes and Pintos, Bob ran the M&H Racemaster #7, driven mostly by Ronnie Bouchard but on at least one occasion by Ed.