One of owner Dave McCredy’s famous 33s. Photo by Maynard Johnson.
Photo from DeCarr Collection.
During this period, the #33 was usually driven by Al Grinnan.
Blue Burton’s coupe.
Dave McCredy was the owner and sponsor of the famous #33 (and “33”-based) cars driven by Dutch Hoag and Bill Wimble.
1968 – Langhorne. Although the name of regular driver Bill Wimble is still painted on the roof, shortly before this time he had been badly injured in a crash at Lebanon Valley. Here Ray Tilley is standing in.
Not long before the 1968 Langhorne race, regular driver Bill Wimble suffered serious injuries at a race at Lebanon Valley. At Langhorne, the #33 was driven by Ray Tilley, who had already qualified for the race in a different car.
Stafford. This was one of the cars owned by Dave McCredy and wrenched by Fred DeCarr. Photo by Howie Hodge.
Photo by Joe Cryan.