Road Runner member Bob Tattersfield turned up only one time during the 1949 S.C.T.A. season with his Class C Streamliner. On May 7th-8th running as car number 100, the machine turned 141.73 mph to grab a first in class on a 149.40 record with its Ansen Automotive/Bob Morton built 289” ’41 Merc. It was fitted with Tatersfield parts naturally and a Winfield cam. The tall gent buckling up his helmet is none other than Wally Parks who guest drove more than one race machine on the sly. To his right is sometimes friend, sometimes enemy Lou Baney. To add even more intrigue, future Corvette guru Dick Gulstrand was on the crew too.
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