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Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser and the 1957 Federal Engineering Offenhauser-powered roadster draw a crowd in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Oct 6, 2006

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1963 Indianapolis 500 winner Parnelli Jones gets comfortable in the #5 Quin Epperly-built Autolite "laydown" Offenhauser-powered car in which Lloyd Ruby competed in the 1961 Indianapolis 500.

Oct 6, 2006

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A display showing the cars in which Lloyd Ruby drove in the Indianapolis 500.

Oct 6, 2006

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Lloyd Ruby, left, and Indianapolis Motor Speedway Historian Donald Davidson

Oct 6, 2006

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Parnelli Jones drives through the streets of Wichita Falls, Texas, Lloyd Ruby's hometown.

Oct 6, 2006

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Wichita Falls, Texas, honored Lloyd Ruby by naming this overpass after its native son.

Oct 6, 2006

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Lloyd Ruby in the #5 Quin Epperly-built Autolite "laydown" Offenhauser-powered car in which he had competed in the 1961 Indianapolis 500

Oct 6, 2006

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1963 Indianapolis 500 winner Parnelli Jones in the #5 Quin Epperly-built Autolite "laydown" Offenhauser-powered car in which Lloyd Ruby competed in the 1961 Indianapolis 500

Oct 6, 2006

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Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser, left, swaps stories with Lloyd Ruby.

Oct 6, 2006

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Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Unser, left, checks out the cockpit of a 1957 Federal Engineering Offenhauser-powered roadster with his brother, four-time Indy winner Al Unser.

Oct 6, 2006

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Indy 500 legends, from left, Al Unser, Parnelli Jones, Johnny Rutherford, Lloyd Ruby and Bobby Unser play cards and swap stories in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Oct 6, 2006

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Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Unser in a 1957 Federal Engineering Offenhauser-powered roadster

Oct 6, 2006

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Lloyd Ruby, right rear in cowboy hat, watches 1963 Indianapolis 500 winner Parnelli Jones drive away in the the No. 5 Quin Epperly-built Autolite "laydown" Offenhauser-powered car in which Ruby competed in the 1961 Indianapolis 500.

Oct 6, 2006

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Law enforcement officials gather with red-shirted honorees from festivies honoring Lloyd Ruby in Wichita Falls, Texas. "Red shirts," from left: Lloyd Ruby, Parnelli Jones, Johnny Rutherford, Donald Davidson, Al Unser, Bobby Unser and Jim McElreath. Wichita Falls Mayor Lanham Lyne, kneeling in white shirt, was a driving force behind the festivities to honor Ruby.

Oct 6, 2006

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1963 Indianapolis 500 winner Parnelli Jones in the #5 Quin Epperly-built Autolite "laydown" Offenhauser-powered car in which Lloyd Ruby competed in the 1961 Indianapolis 500

Oct 6, 2006

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Fans loved this collection of classic race cars at festivities honoring Lloyd Ruby in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Oct 6, 2006

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Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. drives a a 1957 Federal Engineering Offenhauser-powered roadster.

Oct 6, 2006

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