Smokey's Chevy won the last Beach Race with Paul Goldsmith at the wheel.
Smokey's famous "capsule car" was inspired by a German fighter plane that chased the B-17 he piloted in WWII.
In the early days of NASCAR, everyone was involved in pit stops, including Smokey, who owned and built this Chevelle.
A rare moment when Smokey and "Big Bill" France saw eye to eye on something.
Smokey would spend a month at the hotel he owned in Ecuador after the Indy 500 to recover from working everyday for 4 months straight.
When Smokey died in 2001, he had an engine collection that included Indy and stock car engines.
You can see Smokey and Herb at the rear of car after Herb won another race on his way to the championship in the early 50's.
A great addition to your shop wall. Click to order yours.
Smokey spent years working on countless engines on his dynos, which contributed to his almost complete hearing loss.
Smokey and Paul Goldsmith won a lot of races together - and chased a lot of women together.
Smokey in front of his B-17 somewhere in Italy during WWII.
Smokey designed an energy absorbing soft wall years before Dale Sr's death would send NASCAR scrambling to create one.