Shadow Memorial Museum

This Group is dedicated to the creation of the Shadow Memorial Museum, designed to celebrate America's most successful Formula 1 and Can-Am Team.

Location: Salinas, CA USA
Members: 14
Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2016

Shadow Memorial Museum

Shadow Memorial Museum - click below to read the PDF file and learn how you can become a part of history - Help build the Shadow Race Car Museum

Shadow Car Collection 28 Oct10.pdf

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Comment by Andrew S. Hartwell on January 11, 2011 at 12:15pm

Just finishing up Peter Bryant's wonderful book Can-Am Challenger.  He led a very fascinating life as a designer and mechanic.  He designed the Shadow MK2 and MK3.  At one point, he notes that Jackie Oliver got the car up to 200 MPH only to have both front tires blow out!  YIKES!


Wish I had met Peter along the way.  He also designed the T122 Can-Am car.

Comment by Andrew S. Hartwell on December 31, 2010 at 9:19am


No one I know of could take this on.  Perhaps a Brian Redman or Bobby Rahal - both heavily involved in vintage as you know - could steer this group towards a benefactor? 

Duncan Dayton? Rob Dyson? Don Panoz?

Comment by Stephen Page on December 31, 2010 at 8:51am

Hi Andrew

Take a look at the PDF in the Shadow Group.

Any ideas for a Shadow Museum Sponsor ?

Happy New Year - Stephen :-))

Comment by Andrew S. Hartwell on December 31, 2010 at 8:42am

The Shadows were remarkable cars and the first one to compete in Can-Am really personified the 'lets see what you can bring to the table' spirit of that wide open formula.  Of course, it was not the one that would go on to win but it sure did look unique.

Here is a shot of Jackie Oliver at Watkins Glen, from the ash archives.

Comment by Stephen Page on October 29, 2010 at 10:42am
Dear Don - good luck :-))
Warmest regards - Stephen
Comment by Daniel Mensinger on August 26, 2009 at 11:20pm
I had the luck to work next door to Trevor Harris' shop in the late 70's. Designer of the original Shadow. A very ahead of his time guy. Saw all the Shadow Can-Am cars run at Riverside International in the past, now enjoy them at Vintage races.

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