The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Royalshifter, Dec 12, 2007.
Jarod, found these on WDIFL.com. Slim
Hey I saw this on 70's funny cars wouldn't you love to live here with 15 funny cars not all were big names but still drag cars in motion (at one time)
SBF Not in 1962 not unless it's a 221 so nope...........
Playtime is over.
Heres those crazy Altereds.
We all know we had the famous Prue Hell & Pure Heaven & I thought this name was cute, Between Heaven & Hell.
Last of the Altereds for now. Its back to the F/C.
I'll be in the "B" section which will be quite a few photos.
I think the answer to MT's twin engine car shown a few pages back are not a Pony's. I think it is the rarely used early aluminum olds engine out of the F-85 olds. Buick made one also, but these are olds engines,,,I think. MT experimented with these for a short while as did Chet Herbert. In fact Chet did really really well with a twin unblown car on fuel using these engines..
Pic from Spirit of #117 F/C
This was a Romeo Palimedes creation wherein the body lifted from the rear. I wonder if it being injected meant that it was a member of the UDRA injected circuit?
The DC Lip
The front of this looks like a flipped over wheel barrow.
The Mickey Thompson Twin engine (aluminum Old F-85 and aluminum Buick) Dragmaster Dart framed dragster that Jack Chrisman drove was one of the lightest twin motored cars running in its day (1962).
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