Back in the late day I did a little dirt track racing. I raced a 6 cylinder late model class. All us Ford guys ran 300 truck engines. Most of us had Offy or Clifford intakes. One guy found a Holman and Moody intake. That intake made a huge difference in performance for him. Up until I saw that intake I wasn't aware that H&M made 6 cylinder parts. The H&M car that was sold out from under us at first glance appeared to have a '65-'72 Ford stub. On closer inspection it was all fabbed, and very high quality. The car had '71-'73 Mustang sheet metal at the time but I think the chassis originally had a Torino body on it when it ran USAC. How about some more pics and stories from the 50's and 60's? I especially liked seeing the pics of their shop. Anyone have more?