The Rollie Langston Archives

The  Rollie  Langston  Archives
Vintage  Byers  Photography

Roland “Rollie” Langston started thinking about building a Byers SR-100 in February, 1957 when he first saw the Byers sports car on the cover of Road & Track magazine.  He was just 14 years old, but that didn’t stop him from writing to Jim Byers in 1957 and inquiring more about building a car. 

By early 1958 he had nailed down most of his questions with Jim Byers, and by the summer of the same year he had the Byers sports car body in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri.  Two years later in 1960, he finished the car.  This page shows photos of his Byers SR-100 when it was nearly finished and after it was fully finished.

Click  Here  To  View  Letters  and  Communication  Between
Jim  Byers  and  Rollie  Langston  From  1957-1958

Nearly  Ready  For  Paint  /  Hardtop  Fabricated

Finished  Photos  – 1960

Click  on  the  Link  Below  To  Learn  More  About  The  Donor  Car

Donor  Car:  1957  Triumph  TR3