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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Aug 30, 2009.
And sparks and shirt
Deer Park Drag Strip Lil General
Quick Silver at Mason Dixon Drag O Way
Butch Leal California Flash
Great pics. The WINEMAKER is restored and is in Arizona. I got to see it at Tucson and Phoenix. GREAT CAR. Thank you again.
Malcolm Durham's Strip Blazzer III
Golden Rod CHOPPED
That's all my dad did in the shop, Mr Tomato was just one of many AWB cars Ted Built.
I remember that car, I got that race on tape.
send me a pic of Terry Ivey's car, I know his son.
Terry's car looked real nice, just black and white pic's don't do it any justice
I know someone that has fenders or doors, can't remember which, but it won't be cheap.
You ought to see that car in color.
Sad to see the chevelle crash in Wichita.
Bad News car was built by Jim Henry who used to work for my father.
I'd love to see a better picture of this car.
That is the ONLY one I have seen of this one.
You see lots of pics of the 66 Pup, so I always thought it was the first one. The 65 looks like the brother to Billy Jacobs' Kid Goat. If there's another pic of it out there, I'm sure you'll find it. Thanks.
I will keep an eye out for any more.
]Any pictures of Jay South's Liberty motors 1964 dodge 330 in Super Stock form
Some from SEG race this past Saturday.
These two had grudge races and it was awesome.
Here's the best image I have, from the old Double H Drag Strip website that I ran a few years ago.
The picture was taken there by Ronnie Evans on May 9, 1965, the last day of this meet
Dad won this one when Herb McCandless had something break in the driveline.
Herb had them covered that day until the final. You can see film of the meet on youtube, including the South 64 in action. Google Double H Drag Strip and click the one with May 9, 1965 in the title.
Well, this isn't an improvement, but it is another image, from the great Marty Johnson.
Also ran across this by Marty Johnson
I saw the Pugh Valiant at Paradise Drag Strip in Calhoun, Ga., in late 66, maybe -- can't pin down the date anymore. My only time to go there. It was billed as a huge funny car meet with Beswick as the big star. He showed, along with Pugh and Robert Nance, who lost an engine. Still have a piece of it.
Someone should do a book of Marty Johnson's work. It would be the definitive document of the Golden Age of SS/FX/AWB racing, at least as it occurred in the Southeast.
The Saint at Nascar Championship
I posted these photos back in December in hope of finding some info on the car, a '65 Coronet. I never did receive
any sort of response. This photo was taken in 1968. The fellow behind the wheel is Joe Mangine
of Lemont, Il. This supposedly was a former Grand-Spaulding Dodge (Chicago) car. Joe passed
away and the car is long gone, but I'm still interested in learning anything about it.
Did you search this thread? I seem to remember posting something on this car?
Neat picture...it appears this car has the wheel well done the same as I did my car. It's not attractive enough that anyone else ever took another picture of it, apparently.
Thanks for all the pictures, they are very neat.
I'm thinking I did, but I'll go through it. This must be one mysterious race car. In all the years
that I've put out feelers on this car I've never received one positive response.
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