Prior to race day hardly a mention of Noel Bullock made the newspapers. But on race day, he would take the fastest time of 19:50.4 in his home built car. The only person to break in the nineteen minute mark in 1922.
The newspaper headline read, "Nebraska 'Kid Mechanic' built Flivver out of Junk, Won Pikes Peak Hill Climb".
The car that Noel won the PPHC in 1922 is still alive; it was found as a pile of parts on a Nebraskan farm. And is now on loan to the El Pomar Penrose Heritage Museum in Colorado Springs.
Our Limited edition art print will bring a retro aesthetic to your space. It is available in 2 sizes, rolled and ready to frame. It has been created and developed in association with 'PPIHC' and is an official licensed piece of 'PPIHC' merchandise. Industry & Supply are proud to be the Worldwide Merchandise provider for the "PPIHC".
High resolution art prints
180 GSM Matte Paper
Museum Grade inks
Presented in plastic sleeve
Delivered in 3" cardboard tube
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