1976 Edmunds-Kenyon USAC MidgetSOLD

120/265 HP

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- Sold on bill of sale
- From the collection of Tom D'Eath
- Rich Voglers family owned USAC Midget
- Preserved Rich's Championship Midget as last run
- Tom D'Eath 6 time Gold Cup winner, and Unlimited and Grand Prix Hydroplane world champion
- Tom D'eath Class 2000 inductee Motorsports Hall of Fame
- Rich Volgler Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee class of 2010 Open Wheel category
- Rich Volgler driver that has won the most in USAC history 170 USAC Feature Victories
- Built by Rich and his father Don Vogler
- Edmunds design with help from Mel & Don Kenyon
- Powered by a 4 cylinder Ford Cosworth engine
- One of the 1st Cosworth powered USAC Midget
- USAC National Midget Champion 1978, 1980, 1983, 1986, and 1988
- Won the USAC Sprint Car Championship 1980-1989

Reference Number 120484

as of 3/30/2011

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