Me, I got to wrench on Bill Goldens Lil Red Wagon. I was at Norwalk Dragway in 2002 for one of the Chrysler Classic events and wandered over to Bill Goldens pit area. He wasn't too busy and we struck up a conversation while I poked around his truck. We took our golfcart down the track aways to watch him run and he was having some serious problems with his wheelstand. When he got back he was working on it with one helper, changing out the fuel pump. Can't think of the guys name, George I think, he was towing the wagon around behind a Dodge firetruck, Anyway I was standing back gawking and Golden asked me to get a line fitting wrench laying on the toolbox. I got it and then it was get this, get that, here hold this and then they were both inside the bed and asked me to lean over the side and tighten a couple of bolts while they started the nuts. They took it out again with the same problem, brought it back and we put a third one on. This one went a lot quicker because I knew what to do. That fixed the problem and everyone was smiles all around. When I got back to where the wifeyperson was sitting with my '72 Polara she said "what the hell did you do to your new t-shirt" ? By the time I finished telling the story she had dug me out another new shirt and I was seated in my favorite chair working on a cold one. Bill Golden, one of the class acts of drag racing.