The Jalopy Journal
Your not near anyplace that can fix that dent in your roof. :rolleyes:
Yeap.... Just like todays times :D
Nice... Tri-Power Pontiac no less.
LOL ….. What would have worried me the most was possibility on a hot oil nitro mixed fire in my face :eek:, at least the funny cars had some thin...
That whine turned into a scream in later years with larger blowers often running 30-40 % overdrive. I use to love hearing next pair of cars coming...
Is that a turbine exhaust out side of front finder? :eek:
Interesting it says 327, but sure looks like a big block hood on it.:confused:
:confused: Maybe ;)
His real last name is Nader. :D
Dan, did ya’ll contact announcer booth at the flats? I heard them announcer some parts needed on the voice feed. Chance some one there in pits...
Damn, I’d paid more attention if I had known ’63 Plymouths had legs like that.:p
Me too, because I actually ran one like that myself at one time.
Today at 12:25 pm (little after noon your time), can’t make out the Virginia flag over trailer. Which one is ya’ll?
Get the feeling...
Wondered about that myself, but you can see steering wheel thru windshield on standard left side, so it’s clearly a LH drive which wouldn’t make...
Anybody notice gas station attendant has gas hose at wrong taillight for gas tank fill. Maybe one of those “I always wanted to do this boss” kind...
Yeah he was doing what a lot of us had to do with ill handing cars in those days. Just trying to keep the rear wheels from passing the front ones....
Looks like wild Willie had both hands on wheel in this shot. :D He was probably thinking should I lift or not. :confused:
Or if you see what looks like the grim ripper. :confused:
Just kidding best of luck guys and be careful.
Located in Hampton, Va. - Sponsored some race cars in mid 60's
Looks like a fire burnout that might not have ended well, since it appears buildup in wheel well is now burning. :eek:
Not a pry bar,…. That’s a six man engine hoist.:D
He either broke an axle or was running open rear-end. :confused:
One of Bernie Little’s large Budwiser distributorship was located in Lakeland, Fl and Miss Budweiser could often be seen there.
Also many of early...
Wonder how fast that camper was going when it ran into that Jeep? :D
Good at both parallel and vertical parking. :D
You guys are correct the Plymouth is a ’58. Only side view differences were hub caps, front finder top ornament and missing “V” on lower front...
Never was involved with push or roller starts. But knowing the danger of a load of nitro in system when hitting mag switch, the above highlighted...
If you want a taste come and get it! ;)
If you ever wondered what an engine would look like from the old days of factory muscle cars, right here is the best example you’ll find. But it...
406 with triple two's maybe :)
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