John Webber
John Webber
11/18/20 9:13 a.m.

On a stormy autumn morning in 1938, when wiser boatmen chose to stay on land, Chicago industrialist Stanley H. Arnolt attempted to cross Lake Michigan in a tiny open vessel. It was powered by a Sea-Mite engine, one of his company’s marine products. According to the story, as Arnolt finally ap…

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Jpsbgt
Jpsbgt New Reader
12/30/21 2:52 p.m.

Wacky lost interest in racing when one of his drivers died during the Sebring 12 Hour race . The Arnolt Bristol team ran three cars that year.

wspohn
wspohn SuperDork
12/31/21 5:39 p.m.

I like the convertible version too.

 

tolyarutunoff
tolyarutunoff New Reader
3/11/22 2:44 p.m.

during the scca convention in chicago in '62 there was an ad for 2 or 3 arnolt bodies.  we looked at them in a warehouse; they'd been used for target practice and had a couple bullet holes in the doors.  i can't remember what they were asking for them

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