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Lance's Journal: Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed

10/12/2016
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Lance Schwartz at the Museum of American Speed

"The year was 1952, Bill Smith received a $300 loan from his new bride Joyce & opened Speedway Motors at 22nd & O in Lincoln. Year by year, "Speedy" Bill's car parts empire grew & grew & in 1992, he started a museum that remained private for a long time."

Watch more of Lance's visit to the Museum of American Speed.

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