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Some pictures of cars that the McGee Family were involved with
When Kym Bonython first brought Bob Tattersall to Adelaide he drove a local car. The ex Ross Goonan V8-60.
On 10/09/1955 Bob Tattersall stunned all when he beat a field of AAA Offies with the Frank Pavese "Twin Fire" V8-60 at Terre Haute. The "Offy Killer"...
McGee Racing Cams decal 1961. Fifty years ago many of the top midgets in Australia wore the McGee Racing Cams decal. With help from Bob "Streak"...
Johnny  Stewart in the McGee Shell "Trackburner", Australia 1. In 1966 Stewart clinched his 1st Craven Filter National Championship after winning the...
One of the nicest cars ever built was the Ray Redding 53. Ray built this car himself and it was fast from the day he unloaded it.
In 1964 Johnny Stewart was a prolific winner. While racing at the Claremont Speedway in Perth his car rolled 10 times before hitting a power pole....
Jeff Freeman Shepherd Offy
Blair Shepherd in McGee Offy 99
Even in the twilight of his career Len Brock still knew how to stand on the gas.
1968 Bob Tattersall at Showground with Kischell Offy
On Friday 13th February, 1970 Bob Tattersal won the Feature at Adelaide's Rowley Park. He lapped all but 2nd place.  
Little did we know at the time...
Ray Redding looked set to dominate his first night of racing before riding the Sydney Showground fence.
Hedley McGee, together with 9 of his racing friends, were inducted into the inaugural Australian Speedway "Hall of Fame in 2007.
Garry Rush was instantly fast behind the wheel of the McGee Tornado. Garry got in a little deep and climbed the pit wall at the Showground in 1967.
In 1964 Johnny Stewart was leading the Feature race and punctured a tire in the "Bullpens" and launched into a serious of violent...
Ray Oram in the Summer of '69 driving the McGee "Quiet-A-Drive" Tornado, Kings Cross 13.
World Land Speed record holder Craig Breedlove checks out Len Brock's McGee Cams midget at the Showground in 1964.
George Tatnell's McGee designed "Winfield Wedge" won 17 main events before the racing club banned it!
George Tatnell and AJ Foyt battle during the closing laps of the Australian Grand Prix at Liverpool in 1976.
Len Brock drove his McGee Cams, Falcon powered, "Tornado" to win the 1967 Australian  Grand Prix.

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