Robert Herzog

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A photo of Gene Thurman's 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe taken at El Mirage Dry Lake in October of 1951. Gene and Bob served in the Air Force in Korea at the time, but they were on leave when this photo was taken. During the event, Gene ran a 1/4" stroked flathead 59A engine that belonged to Bob. The coupe ran 119 MPH with Bob's engine. From left to right in the photo are Ed Thurman, Gene's dad, Leonard, a friend of Gene, Bob Herzog, and Jerry Herzog, Bob's dad. Photo courtesy of Gregg Herzog.
A photo of Bob next to Dale Sinner and Weston Dick's 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe. The photo was taken during the 1952 Bonneville Nationals, and Bob, Dale, and Weston were all members of the Drag-Ons car club. Photo courtesy of Gregg Herzog.
Bob Herzog's Drag-Ons plaque. Photo courtesy of Gregg Herzog.
A photo from Bob's collection that was taken in front of Jack Lemon Motor Parts. The guys in the photo are admiring a race-ready 1935 Ford Coupe. Photo courtesy of Gregg Herzog.

Robert "Bob" Herzog of Bell, California. Bob was a member of the Drag-Ons car club. Bob passed away in 2018.[1]



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