From the Coastal181 website.
For the avoidance of doubt, this photo was taken prior to when Ron won the Talladega 500. Photo from R.A. Silvia Collection, via Racingthroughtime.com
Photo by John Grady, from Racingthroughtime.com
Plainville. Car owner billy Corazzo on the left, Chick Zipadelli on the right. Photo by Phil Hoyt, from Racingthroughtime.com.
Seekonk. Ron is in the red car with white roof. Photo by Johnny Mercury.
1980 – Stafford. With his back to the camera is Marvin Rifchin of M&H Tires; ace mechanic Vic Kangas is in the center.
Photo from Racingthroughtime.com.
1971. Prior to the start of the 1971 season, Dick Armstrong bought the famous “Flying 11” from the men who had built and developed it, Jack Tant and Clayton Mitchell. Hop Harrington was Dick’s regular driver, but he brought in Ron as substitute for the summer’s big races at Pocono and Trenton. I believe this photo was taken at Pocono. Ron was taken out in a crash in that race, but a few weeks later he finished second at Trenton.
Riverside Park. This car had been a “Red & White Movers” #35, was sold to Bob Johnson but had not yet been painted in Bob’s signature purple color.
1973 (approx) – Shangri-La.
In Bob Johnson’s Pinto.
1973 – Stafford Springs.
1973 – Pocono. Photo by Rich Young.
1973 – Waterford. Photo by Mike Anop.
1974 – New London-Waterford.
Car owner Bob Johnson ran, and Ron drove, this Camaro for only a brief period. Photo by John Grady from Racingthroughtime.com.