Milt Goodman (January 1, 1935 - February 19, 2008) of Vancouver, Canada. Milt was a Vancouver motorsport pioneer, and he was involved with custom cars, drag racing, go-karts, and sports car racing, amomgst other things.
In late 1955, Milt bought a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. He raced the car to several stock class wins at Abbotsford Airport. He also made many modifications to the car over the next three years and displayed it at the Motorama shows.
Milt teamed up with his good friends Denny Clarke and John Ashton in 1957 to assemble a Chevrolet V8 powered dragster named "The Big Three." They raced the dragster to many wins at Abbotsford Airport, and displayed it at the motor shows.
In the 1960s Milt started racing go-karts. In 1963 he won the championship at the Westwood go kart circuit. Milt decided to go full-size at Westwood, and he acquired a sponsorship from Zephyr Mercury to race a Mercury Come Caliente in sedan races at the sports car circuit. Milt raced the car with some success in 1964-1965.
Milt Goodman's Cars
Milt Goodman's 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
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