New England Motor Sports Museum



New to the museum cars are arriving as we move into winter. Among them is the cut-down built by the late Phil Libby and driven by the late Joey O'Brien. The car was been carefully restored by friends and family as O'Brien battled cancer. It was one of the first cars donated to the museum but only now has made it to the exhibit floor. With a straight axle front-end and sturdy construction, the car was built to battle hard and O'Brien was the right man to steer it to Victory Lane at Beech Ridge Speedway.