View Full Version : Nostalgia Mystery Pic - 8/8/06

08-08-2006, 07:58 PM
Who are they guys? Where are these guys? And when?

08-09-2006, 01:04 AM
Islip Speedway, don't know the year.

Chargin' Charlie Jarzombek in his #1 coupe. :)

08-09-2006, 07:25 AM
The 1 is Charlie Jarzombek (That was the tough one LOL). The 333 is Eddie Brunnhoelzl Sr. The 15 is Wayne Anderson in the North American Van lines sponsored car. The 16 is the only one I am not positive of, I believe it is Billy Auer. The track is Islip in the early 70's.

08-09-2006, 08:13 AM
15 ?
1 Charlie Jarzombek
16 Tom Mccann
333 is the Artie King car I think driven by George Brunnhoelzl
Islip! back stretch
Early to mid seventies

08-09-2006, 09:50 AM
1- Charlie J
333 Ed Brunnhoelzl Sr.
15 Billy Spade
16 Ted Wefnoske?

And the hidden coupe in the back....might be Tom Baldwin?

Oh, and the Year, probably 70 or 71 at Islip, turn 2!!!

08-10-2006, 09:09 AM
Turn 2 Islip Speedway
Circa 1970
1 CJ
16 Billy Auer - this was pre Tom McCann
333 Brunnhoelzl
15 a young Wayne Anderson
Hidden Coupe of Fred Harbach I think

Joey Colicchio

08-10-2006, 10:24 AM
16 Teddy Wesnofske
15 Wayne Anderson
333 Eddie Brunholzel
1 Charlie Jarzombek

It was at Islip (Duh) around 1970 or 71

08-11-2006, 06:38 AM
The year is 68 to 70. The North American 15 then became a pinto in 1970. I remember since I hitched a ride in it as it was towed off the track [overheating].

Fat Albert
08-17-2006, 05:51 PM
Yes it is Islip Speedway, the year is 1971. The #15 is Wayne Anderson, The #1 is Charlie Jarzombek, the #333 is Ed Brunnhoelzl (way before we started calling him Sr.), the #16 is (with a degree of certainty), Billy Auer. The coupe up in the wall is the big question! Anyone who can identify that one really knows his (or her) nostalgia. The only two people I know of who might have the answer are Marty Himes or Pat Matragano.

Fat Albert
08-20-2006, 02:26 PM
OK! So here it is. I spoke to Pat Matragano and he says that it is Ted Wesnofske in the Billy Auer owned #16 and that the coupe up in the wall cannot be identified! So, that's it! I'll take his word for it, 'cause when it comes to nostalgia, he's "Da Man"! Along with Marty Himes, of course!