FOUND! Mystery Woodill Wildfire in Spring, Texas Finally Reveals Itself

Hi Gang… Ted Griffin and I have been looking for this car for nearly 40 years.  Ok….maybe 40 years for Ted, and less time for me.  Ted first saw this Woodill Wildfire in much better shape in the early 80s.  … Continue reading

Forgotten Fiberglass To Appear on Ray Evernham’s TV Show “AmeriCarna” – April 7th, 2015

Hi Gang… Last year we had the honor of working with Ray Evernham for an upcoming Spring 2015 episode of his car-themed history-oriented TV show AmeriCarna.  Here’s how Ray describes his TV show: AMERICARNA  –  NOUN   (AH-MER-I-KAR-NAH) – The History … Continue reading

Three Men And A Car: Howard “Dutch” Darrin, Joseph Frazer, & Bill Stout – “Heavy Hitters” of Early Postwar Fiberglass

Hi Gang… I love vintage press release photos – and there have been some great treasure troves of information “found” out there on ebay as newspapers divest themselves of their silver nitrate based photo collections of many decades.  Recently, I … Continue reading

Forgotten Fiberglass is Going to Carlisle May 17-19 2013 – Seminar 2 – Renault Based Fiberglass Specials

Hi Gang… Come one, Come all….The Forgotten Fiberglass Gang is heading north in May, 2013 to participate in theCarlisle Import & Kit Nationals.  Good friend Marvin McFalls, President of the Renault Owner’s Club of North America, put us in touch with Ed Buczeskie, Events … Continue reading

The Influence of Cunningham Sports Cars on American Car Designers & Builders: Press Release Photos – Part 2

————————– Note:  This is the second in a series of stories about the Cunningham sports and race cars based on press release photos made available by Don Edmunds.  Click here to review each of these stories on Forgotten Fiberglass. ————————– … Continue reading

The Influence of Cunningham Sports Cars on American Car Designers & Builders: Press Release Photos – Part 1

————————– Note:  This is the first in a series of stories about the Cunningham sports and race cars based on press release photos made available by Don Edmunds.  Click here to review each of these stories on Forgotten Fiberglass. ————————– Hi Gang… How … Continue reading