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

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

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    Jarod, found these on WDIFL.com. Slim
     
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    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)

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    SBF Not in 1962 not unless it's a 221 so nope...........:)
     
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    Playtime is over.

    Heres those crazy Altereds.

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    We all know we had the famous Prue Hell & Pure Heaven & I thought this name was cute, Between Heaven & Hell.

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    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.

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  10. 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..
     
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    Pic from Spirit of #117 F/C
     
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    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?
     
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  18. The front of this looks like a flipped over wheel barrow.
     
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  30. 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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