Another car built by Fred DeCarr and owned by Dave McCredy. The driver here is Don Henderberg.
During this period, the #33 was usually driven by Al Grinnan.
One of owner Dave McCredy’s famous 33s at Langhorne. Photo by Maynard Johnson.
Photo from DeCarr Collection.
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.
Another McCredy car.
An early Dave McCredy-owned car.
Builder and mechanic Fred DeCarr is with the car.
1954 – An early Dave McCredy car. George Gallup was the driver.
1954 – An early Dave McCredy car, shown here with driver Don Henderberg. McFarland Studio photo.
Note ‘McCredy Motors’ on the side of the car.