click here then come back - http://hotrodsandjalopies.blogspot.com/2011/07/barry-and-johnny.html It was Barry Kettering's Station back in '61, but it was actually in Rice Lake Wisconsin where Barry had initially moved. This current updated information is thanks to the sharp investigation by my friend Al Yahn and backed up by Don Zatti and his aunt Rene Kettering(Barry's Wife). The next photo taken from a 1960's CLE racing program is the real Johnny's Texaco that was on May Street in Fort William. I hope this clarifies any questions about the original photo :-) ...that is a sideways smile. Thanks Al, Don and Rene.
|The Real Johnny's Texaco 520 N. May Street Fort William|
Here is a nice photo of the actual Club 17 Tavern from an old post card submitted by Jim Jorgenson awhile back and was misplaced, but found and added to this post. The small picture here is how the property looks now at the corner of Valhalla Inn Drive and Arthur Street. The original post can be found at this link. Click here then come back http://hotrodsandjalopies.blogspot.com/2011/05/club-17-tedaires-trio-and-early-racing.html
|This is how the Pangs/Private I's building looked shortly before it was demolished.|
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