Hey Guys - -
I haven't posted in quite some time but the Baby Bonnie twist to this thread caught my attention. The Baby Bonnie was a Lorenz Alwine innovation that did quite well at Langhorne and Port Royal. I'm not sure that I know much about this Baby Bonney car. I have a pic of a #2 coupe powered by a Pontiac and driven by Sherwood Hackenberg. It is a Lloyd King pic and I have no idea where it was taken - - however - - I dug out a 1965 Stars and Cars and there it is - - S. Hackenberg at Selinsgrove. So are there two sets of cars called the Baby Bonney (Bonnie)?? And if so, can somebody shed some light on this? Sorry for the rambling here but I truly am confused by this. I thought that the Baby Bonnie was the Alwine car that set fast time at Langhorne in 1961 (finished 34th) and finished 5th in 1962. Pretty good showings for the only two years that the bugs were allowed to run there. I appreciate any clarification.
The Baby Bonnie you speak of is the only one I remember, but I was by no meens a Selinsgrove regular around that time. I remember it from Langhorne. 1080 facts are usually correct..
Also if original plans for the 5 exsist I would be very interested in seeing them...