Art Tappen’s cars were always among the best looking.
This photo was taken no earlier than 1972. Judging from the injectors, it must have been an open-comp race. It is not known who the driver is.
A Garuti car.
An early Garuti car.
A Ray and Richie Garuti car. Photo by Pete Stoll.
That is Moe Gherzi’s #76 on the left.
Smokey Boutwell was the regular driver of this car before Ed was.
A Ray and Richie Garuti car.
Joe Kelly in the driver’s seat.
1969 – Pocono. This was a Dick Barney car. Dick is on the right, in the red shirt, and Dick’s many other successful Modifieds were painted red. On this occasion, Joe Kelly was the driver. Photo by Mark Kelly.
Richie Massing in the Dick Barney coach.
1968 – The #14 owned by Dick Barney, driven during this period by Richie Massing.
Dick Barney’s #14, usually driven by Wally Dallenbach.
Another Dick Barney car, Richie Massing driving. Photo taken at Stafford.
Usually driven by Fred Schulz.
1969 – Langhorne. On this day Dick Barney’s #14 coach was being driven by Joe Kelly (real name Dave Haupt). Photo by Donald Pontarelli.
Next to the Garuti #14 is Moe Gherzi, who was the regular driver of the Garuti Brothers’ cars until Ed became his teammate, and then replaced him.
This was a Dick Barney car, here driven by Richie Massing. Photo by Pete Stoll.
This photo was taken in 1972 or ’73. Ed was not the driver.