Texas Museum of Automotive History - world-class cars wanted!

We are working with the City of Dallas to build a world-class Automotive Museum in Fair Park.
The Museum seeks donations of cars, money and unique automotive memorabilia.
Please read our story in the Texas Museum of Automotive History Group Discussion Forum:
http://www.myvrl.com/group/texasmuseumofautomotivehistoryii?xg_sour...
If you can help, please contact me directly at [email protected]
Warmest regards - Stephen Page
Chairman
The Vintage Racing League.

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Comment by HRH PN Greene on May 23, 2010 at 3:37pm
Leroy Neiman's poster for 1984:

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Comment by HRH PN Greene on May 23, 2010 at 3:35pm
Comment by HRH PN Greene on May 23, 2010 at 3:33pm
from American GP:

And another street race; a 1984 one-off run between hundreds of portable concrete lane dividers that ended up as a test of how close drivers could come to heat stroke while driving a kart course. Curiously, the race was won by a Finish driver. Keke Rosberg took it, while Nigel Mansell passed out pushing his dead Lotus across the line. Knowledgeable observers wondered how any venue could be more foreign to Formula 1. A decade, or so, later, however, NHL hockey came to Dallas and met with quick success. The race organizers were probably not so crazy afterall, although they couldn't come up with enough money for an encore in '85. Like Las Vegas, Dallas was touted recently as a possible site for a U.S. GP in the future, but has recently dropped out of the running.
Length: 3.901 km (miles)
Fastest Lap: N. Lauda, McLaren MP4-2 - (1984) - 1'45.353" 133.3 km/h (mph)
Comment by HRH PN Greene on May 23, 2010 at 3:30pm
Fair Park Formula One Race 1984.....was awesome to be this close, even though the drivers complained about the track:

http://www.na-motorsports.com/Tracks/TX/DallasFairPark.html
Comment by HRH PN Greene on May 23, 2010 at 3:28pm
Comment by [email protected] on May 23, 2010 at 12:24pm
The most beautiful and the rarest Austin Healy in the world
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