My dad and I pulled a Hemi powered dragster out of the woods and put it back together using parts that the previous owner had kept since the early 1960's. You may have seen a glimpse of this car in Hot Rod Magazine (April 2017) or on the web, but I wanted to tell the whole story on my Youtube channel. The video is little over 17 minutes long, and shows some old photos, as well as how we found the car and what we did to piece it back together. Jim Smith built the car and raced it from 1962 to 1964 in Southeast Tennessee...when he quit drag racing, he hung the chassis in his Dodge/Plymouth dealership, and eventually retired it to the woods with a bunch of other old cars. I loved learning about the car from the man who built it and then scrounging around in the woods to find all the parts and pieces. We pieced together what was left of it (plus a few other parts necessary for it to roll), and took it back to the woods where we got it. Anyway, the video tells all...just figured you guys might like it. Pictures: Video: The car is very rough, but that's to be expected. I don't intend on the car ever being drivable, but I do plan to someday build the bodywork like it had in the '60s and build a usable engine so that we can fire it up from time to time. As it is right now, it's just on static display in our garage full of old drag car junk. My long term goal is to haul it up to Bowling Green to display at the Hot Rod Reunion.