My Cannonball Baker Racer!

| May/June 1996

43 Wilson Street, Rockland, Maryland 02370

My Cannonball Baker Racer is a 1936, with its Briggs & Stratton Model H engine that I was able to rebuild with help from Irving Bacon of Hanover, Massachusetts, a subscriber to this magazine. Irving passed away November 16, at the age of 79, from leukemia. He was a good person, always willing to help a fellow man.

I have a need for more information on this racer, such as the number produced, how many exist, and if parts or clubs are available. Also, I need literature, or whatever information is obtainable on these racers. I sure hope someone out there will be able to help me out on this score.

2/11/2014 9:40:38 AM

My Msg didn't .net on my E-mail address, sorry... Tal

2/11/2014 9:35:08 AM

Would like to respond to Leon Green about his msg 7/4/13... Not sure how to do this but my e-mail is kyteeman@mebtel... So if you or anyone else w/a Cannonball Baker or Pop Dryer little Car/Racer would respond to this I still need Parts, or just to exchange information... Thanks, Tal Johnson

Leon Greene Jr.
7/4/2013 11:51:23 AM

Would like to contact [Tal Johnson] about post of -10/3/2010-------------I also have one of these that my wife had when she was a kid and have been trying to restore it... I finally found a a fellow in Louisville Ky who told me what it was and he had 2 of them and owned 2 more before that.............................................................