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Johan Woerheide

Atlanta , Ga.

T332 CS Budweiser car

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HMVWF97@aol.com

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Johan Woerheide

Atlanta , Ga.

Schkee Lola

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HMVWF97@aol.com

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Bill Paddock

1164 Cannon Rd.
Riverside, Ca. 92506

 

HU # probably 58, the original Lola tag was removed when the car was converted to a Can Am and became a Spyder NF-11 chassis # 05. The car was owned by Newman (Paul) Freeman Racing and campainged in Can Am in 78 and 79. When I was rebuilding the tub I found engraved on the left front upper shock mount (J Korn Racing 332C) which would indicate this was the car owned by Dr. Korn and campainged in F5000 prior to being sold to Newman Freeman and converted to Can Am. I am just completing a complete rebuild of the car and anticipate running the car in vintage events in early 2006 after a complete shakedown this fall. It is my opinion this car was originally built as a Spyder NF-10 and driven by Patrick Depallier in 78 and then upgraded and renumbered as an NF-11. There seems to be a great deal of disagreement on how many cars Newman Freeman built, it is my opinion they built 2 cars for the 78 season NF-10 # 01, and 02, and then upgrades the cars to NF-11's in 79 along with a new tub and campainged three cars in 79, NF-11 # 03, 04, and 05. I do not believe they had five seperate tubs as that would have been unheard of at that time, back then 3 cars was a huge team. I purchased the car about a year ago from a gentleman in Temecula, Ca. and at that time it was sitting in a barn at the end of a dirt road out in the hills outside of town, a real barn find. The car was basically complete but everything was screwed up, bad motor, bad Hewland, rust in the brake lines, you name it and it was junk, every componet has been rebuilt. I will get you some pictures in the near future..Bill Paddock

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