Langley. This car was often driven by Lennie Pond.
1971. This car had been the Tant & Mitchell #11. It was bought by Dick Armstrong and renumbered “1”. Photo provided by Gary Glitchell.
The Armstrong Pinto after a Seekonk crash.
Dick Armstrong, owner of the Nu-Style Jewelry company and the very successful red #1 cars.
Photo by Walt Wimer.
Built by Mickey Leimberger, this car was often driven by Bubba Tatum.
This car was built during the winter of 1963-4 by Ed Flemke for owner Ed Ackerman, and driven (as of the time of the photo) by Gene Gamache. Thanks to Robert Clock for the information.
The #1 Nu-Style Pinto owned by Dick Armstong. For a few years in the mid-late ’70s, Nu-Style Racing was probably the most heavily-funded Modified team in existence. During that period, their cars were driven to many victories by Geoff Bodine.
This photo reveals the gearbox casing of a 5-speed transmission. That feature may have contributed to the car’s success – the rules allowed a maximum of 4 speeds.
The big-money car that helped to spoil Modified racing.
1964 – Doug Yates.
Dick Armstrong’s mega-dollar Pinto.
The money-no-object Nu-Style Jewelry #1.
This car was driven by Doug Yates. Its successor #1 was often driven by Lennie Pond.
Car owner Dick Armstrong is on the left, chief mechanic Hop Harrington is on the right. That looks like Geoff Bodine in the driver’s seat.
Mickey Leimberger’s car.
Emanuel Zervakis usually drove this car, although I do not recognize him in this photo.
Photo by Jet Zarrella.