I worked in Philly near the airport, I would take Rt 538 through Ferrell, NJ somtimes when I used the Chester Ferry and all the time when they put in the Commodore Barry Bridge. Went past Howard Frye's house every day Jeep Frye, Warren Fryes Father lived on the road behind Howard Frye. Still go by that house when I go to Bridgeport. I know Howard Hupefel isn't racing when the trailer is still in the yard. Started waching and followiing The Fryes in 1962 at Vineland when Jeep owned and built the Hobby car 26 a red white Ford Coupe driven by Bunky Higbee, the 9A was also there in the Hobby class, don't remember the driver. Later both Jerry Camp and Warren Frye in his Fathers 26 raced at P'ville when I was racing in the Moderns.