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Soap Box Derby Was Never More Popular Than it was in the ’50s and ’60s

For Conshohocken Soap Box Derby everything changed in 1952, thanks in part to Edward and William Moore the local derby was now sanctioned by the national All American Soap Box derby Race located in Akron, Ohio. New rules and guidelines were put into place for all racers and their cars. Eddie Moore sponsored the race and William Moore was the General Chairman of not only the race but the entire Fourth of July festivities that lasted more than 13 hours. … read more >

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