trivia99 said:I also like the Schloder Valiant because of the nasty injection tubes coming through where the hood scoop should of been. Made it look kind of menacing. Well as menacing as a Valiant could look, anyway. While we're on the subject, didn't Al Tasnady drive for the early incarnation of this team at Flemington maybe in 1971 or so.
Schloder also holds a distinction of being one of the few drivers in the "modern" era to win a feature both at Five Mile Point (2) and Shangri-La (1).
BigFeet13 said:I had a pic of the valiant somewhere, but I can't find it. I do have it on a Weedsport program after Sperry bought it.
I saw Geoff's car for the first time in the early '70s, and it was instantly my favorite modified, and still my all time favorite. It helped that my dad had a '61 valiant at the time.
trivia99 said:..... Ranks right with Don Dippel's Cyclone as one of the best in the early days.