Oakhurst resident and Mountain Road Rattlers member, Dale Webb, with his 1932 Ford Model B pick-up. Webb took first place in Stock car/truck 1959 or earlier.
Oakhurst resident and Mountain Road Rattlers member, Dale Webb, with his 1932 Ford Model B pick-up. Webb took first place in Stock car/truck 1959 or earlier. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Oakhurst resident and Mountain Road Rattlers member, Dale Webb, with his 1932 Ford Model B pick-up. Webb took first place in Stock car/truck 1959 or earlier. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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