Definitely in my Blood. ChopPop went to high school with Kenny Parks, you might know his older brother, Wally. After the war ChopPop and Kenny did a little racing with people like Len Sutton, Roger Ward, Tex McCallister and many others in SoCal in the late 40's early 50's. After that he took up drag boat racing, car rallies, and kept building hot rods. When I came along I was taken along. Some of my earliest memories are from drag boat races and being the garage with ChopPop. We've never NOT had a hot rod of some sort in the family. here I am at 3 years old. Already have my own crash helmet and went for rides in the drag boat on a regular basis and LOVED it. My uncle was the same way. He had tons of old cars and ChopPop and I were always over at his place helping rebuild something or another. my dad and I raced our whole lives. He was racing the year the passed away. At 77 years old we was still hauling ass on a vintage motorcycle at Bonneville. its definitely a family thing around here.