In the late 1970s Denny R. Schue and I began corresponding. We exchanged hundreds of letters in the first 15 years, I still
have them all in my files. Denny had a very characteristic handwriting, very clear to read. No typewriting or even computers
at that time. I sent him everything about Dinos, cars I had seen during my many travels in Europe. He seemed very pleased
with the information and over the years we built up a fabulous and deep friendship. In the early 1980s I visited him for the
first time at his then home in Rancho Palos Verdes/Los Angeles. Denny was a very hard working guy and usually went to his
office at Royze, Inc. at Torrance very early in the mornings. We had a fantastic time and also visited the historic races at
Monterey, Laguna Seca and the Concours in Pebble Beach. Once fax machines were invented we continued to communicate extensively.
Later on, email made things much easier. When Denny retired I visited him and his wonderful wife several times at their new
home in La Quinta, out in the desert. He was very proud of his new house and also became a volunteer in the nearby desert zoo.
When his wife Carolyn passed away he was shocked and never fully recovered. I continued to exchange emails with him until one
day before he died. I couldn't believe it when I heard that he had died. Over the years Denny R. Schue has helped me
enormeously in my research about Dinos in the United States. I owe him a lot. He was a wonderful person and a great friend.
Thank you, Denny!
17th June 2007
Last update May, 1st 2017
Photographs Courtesy of Bill Noon/Symbolic Motor Car Company.