The man was, in his words, “having a hard time with retirement. I just didn’t feel I was making a contribution,” he added. With time on his hands and a love of racing and automobiles in his heart, the retired Western Union vice president began working on old cars, acquiring a few along the way. He entered The History Channel’s Great American Race in 1988 with his “Green Dragon,” a 1917 Peerless. It would prove to be the start of a journey that, some fourteen years later, still shows no signs of a finish line.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/Articles/2002/12/02/Holly-Classics--A-Unique-Museum-Garage-Pit-Stop--Classic-Car-Clubhouse