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History Drag cars in motion.......picture thread.

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Royalshifter, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. Stan Back
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    Ya, but . . . how's the back engine lined up with the rear end at this angle. I vote for a clutch job.
     
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  3. Mike VV
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    What's wrong with this picture ?
    First I thought that the negative was flipped, it's not...


    [​IMG]

    Mike
     
  4. lippy
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    I can't remember the chassis builder who did the right hand steer cars, I'll check. Lippy
     
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  5. lippy
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    Looks like a Frank Huszar car. RCS. Lippy
     
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    ^^^^ super shot - be great to see the opposite shot of who is pulling in to stage
     
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  11. 426-powered AA/GD from the 60's, Malise & Lipori from Brooklyn, NY.
    malise & lipori 5.JPG
     
  12. 65pacecar
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  13. Freight Train vs Motes & Williams...
    dragster freight train vs moates & williams.jpg
     
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  18. Near lane is the Allen & Huff AA/FD with Tommy "The Watchdog" Allen up.
    Thanks for posting. I have many photos of us at Carlsbad but I've never seen this one before.
     
  19. mopacltd
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    I put many laps down Carlsbad back in the '70's
     
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    Is that a '55-'56 Ford Ranchero I see in the background? Great shot.
     
  22. bchctybob
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    A little asymmetrical "customizing" on that push truck..?
     
  23. loudbang
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    Sure looks like one.

    1.jpg
     
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  24. Fordors
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    That was a short lived experiment, somebody invented a ballistic blanket to keep the driver safe in the event of a blower explosion.
     
  25. Stan Back
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    Probably woulda blown it off in one big chunk.
     
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