Monday, November 27, 2017

Hershey Hill Climb, 1964, skip the first 45 seconds, and then enjoy the sports cars on lousy (compared to the past decade) tires and shocks bouncing and sliding through an S curve

do NOT miss the dummy smashing his Austin Healey 3000 at 2:25. Those are now going for 75 to 100 thousand dollars in great condition

Also, notice the many varieties of racing stripes

So, why not see the 1963 if you liked the 1964? The cameraman had a better view in the next video, and there was a much wider variety of cars... even a VW bug!

1 comment:

  1. Really sweet looking rims on the Big Healey that crashed in the first video. I wonder what those were?
    A lot of drivers were having trouble with that corner.