If you are an old guy like me and into dragsters you probably remember when Kent Fuller was the "Super Star" of the dragster chassis builders. VERY few weeks went by without one of his chassis winning big time events. After a search of the HAMB there were several posts in a bunch of threads spread all over the place on many subjects and time frames. So in this thread we will concentrate on the DRAGSTER Frames he built up to the HAMB age cutoff. You will see some other names mentioned throughout this thread that will have their own stories told in other threads after this one is posted. This is a LONG thread and will have to be split into several pages because of the page limits on amount of photos per page. So get in your comfortable spot grab a cold refreshment and enjoy.. Not too much reading in this one but a BUNCH of photos he was involved with so many teams and owners famous in their own right. You may have seen some of these photos in other threads posted by other people but they are here again to keep things in order. Remember there are some parts of his history and cars he was involved with that have been discussed back and forth over the years as memories get fuzzy. If you have other info or want to add or correct anything feel free to post up your thoughts. KENT FULLER His first Dragster Daddy's Auto Body Road Kings of Burbank CA Six 97's & a Buick Nailhead for Power it ran B/GD -1957 Built in his back yard. Fuller's first shop located in Tony Nancy's complex in Sherman Oaks, CA Moved in Late 1957. These were the days of Drag News. Between 1957 and 1971 Fuller built over 250 chassis. Here's the first Fuller Chassis that was widely known. Tommy Ivo's Record Holding Buick B/GD taken at the 1959 Smoker's Fuel & Gas Championship in Bakersfield, CA. Tom won Top Gas Eliminator against some really stiff competition. LOOK at those wild pipes. Another photo of "Instant" Ivo and the Fuller Chassis working at Bakersfield. This car was known for its "Quick Leave" hence the "Instant" nickname for Tom. Here's the beautiful midnight blue C/GD dragster of Valley Home Service built by Fuller's good friend Max Belchowski. Max lost interest in the car and Fuller finished the motor mounts and the headers. The car carried Fuller's name as the Chassis Builder. Tom McCourry purchased the Daddy's Auto body dragster. Those headers look very familiar...think he may have bought the ones off Ivo's Single Buick Dragster? Here's Fuller making sure the chassis is straight. Guess he's giving us the sign that it's OK LOL Tony Nancy's A/GR - Blown Buick Nailhead in 1960 at Riverside Raceway Riverside CA. Photo by Doug Peterson "Wild" Bill Alexander swapping pedals in the Ernie's Camera Shop Special. This is Fuller's first car with a round hoop rollbar. 1960.