|Year Built||Pre-WW II (Estimated)|
|Built By||Edgar Elder and Gary Lawand|
|Suspension||Cross Spring Front and Rear, Solid Axles Front and Rear|
|Engine||Petruzzzi - Built from a 1947 Harley Davidson knucklehead with water cooled heads, 97 cubic inch, 95 horsepower, (similar to the Drake engines of this period).|
|Owner||Ron Weber - Fresno, CA|
Edgar Elder is the son of legendary motorcycle racer, Sprouts Elder. Edgar was one of the numerous outstanding midget race car drivers to come out of the Fresno area during the heyday of midget racing in pre and post WWII. His driving career was cut short due to a serious racing accident at Gilmore Stadium in Southern California. Upon his recovery, he remained chief mechanic and the #10 car was very successful with many of the well-known drivers of the day such as Bill Vukovich, Chet Stevens and Frank Cavanaugh.