Art Russell's 1932 Plymouth

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An old photo of the Little Blue Pearl that has been colorized by Rik Hoving.
Art's old Plymouth has been sold to Netherland. This photo is taken at the SINS indoor car show.

1932 Plymouth built by Art Russell of Ft. Edwards, New York.

In 1966, Art's Plynouth featured a candy blue fogged paint job, and it was powered by a Oldsmobile. During the 1965 - 1966 show season Art entered the car at 16 Grand Nationals events. By doing so, he accumulated 465 points to emerge as the winner of the Junior Circuit. At the Indy Nationals, Bill Holz of Associated Promotions & International Productions gave Art a fully equipped GTO that was sponsored as the top price by Model Products Corporation.

Art's wife sold the car to Bob Ferenczi. Since then the car has been sold to a guy in Netherland.



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