Trifecta, hat trick, or even a turkey! I am truly astonished by the love my car has received.. I am proud and humbled. I wanted to post here on the H.A.M.B. first because the H.A.M.B. for me is where this car really started.. I was learning metal work and Bobby and I started racing and I just kinda feel like I grew into the person I am today from these experiences I had around the H.A.M.B. and racing, people I’ve met along the way. I started my car many years ago whilst being active on the H.A.M.B. I was often quite and learning whatever I could. Well since those days my car had been progressing bit by bit. Ryan came to visit us at Old Crow once and said something that I’ll never forget, as he closely studied my handiwork he said, “fuck! You nailed those a pillars” at that time I barely knew him but I sure did look up to his opinions about alot of things. I still do. He’s a good friend. Anyways at that time his words were a inspiration to me… Fast forward my car sat in the background along with my dreams of running it down the salt for about 10 years. We all know how long a project can take and forget about the costs. With the help and support of a handful of friends I had pretty much built this whole car in a years time and through out the build I knew it was a special car especially as it really started coming to life in the build stages. I built this car for me to race. It was never going to be the car it became. Had I tried to finish it way back when… I don’t know.. I think I needed to learn more and grow… it was fucking a hard build but I stuck with it and couldn’t be happier with the way it has been received… holy shit!! 3 magazine covers and actually it’s 4 because it was on the cover of Dan Stoners Autocult way back when. sorry for being long winded with this little story. thank you to the H.A.M.B. and to all for the support over the years.