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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by colesy, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. rdlong1961
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    The track location was in Ohio. It was later called Shelby Dragway.
     

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  2. loudbang
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    A great week, four members have said photos I have posted were of their cars or cars they worked on or knew the owners. Makes me want to keep posting.
     
  3. loudbang
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    From the dover site: https://doverdragstrip.com/galleries/

    Good story,this car was built and driven by my 5th grade teacher's Son. Mrs. Perkins ALSO had a flathead 53 Ford that SHE drove at the dover. Blew my mind when I found her in the pits :confused:. Still looking for photos of her and the car.

    Dig the pants on the photographer on the right side LOL.


    Terryville Chevron The Skunk
    dover terryville chevron the skunk mrs perkins.jpg
     
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  4. See the pix in the Corvette hot rods - picture thread
     
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  5. Offset
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    Bowtie Coupe, saw them thanks for the note however. Thumbs up.

    Very cool race car.
     
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  6. Mr. Wes Perkins..Later, had Camaros..Worked for D&D in Bristol for a while, then had his own machine shop Small Block Engineering. ..Last seen, living in Florida. Super guy.
     
  7. loudbang
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    For sure his cars always ran real good won a LOL. He must be about 75-77 years old now.
     
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  12. WGuy
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    I have a few other photos of that wagon. I've never seen hood scoops like that before. They're COOL.

    Verne
     
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  13. WGuy
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    Here's a color one from E-Town (RIP)
    Fred's Speed Shop.E-Town.jpg
     
  14. alphabet soup
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    Pretty sure that is an original Max Wedge aluminum scoop. It's just pulled down to the hood in the center. Gene.
     
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  17. lippy
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    That last wagon pic looks kinda like a 56 with a 55 frontend. Lippy
     
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  18. alphabet soup
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    Yes it does... didn't think that would work. Guess it will. Gene.
     
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  19. rooman
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    I can't see why not--the doors and cowl are the same on all tri fives.

    Roo
     
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  20. Squablow
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    The sheetmetal would bolt up easy enough but surprising they'd let that run in Modified Production with the clip swapped around like that.
     
  21. loudbang
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    http://doverdragstrip.com

    Stewart & Bernado FORD :p H/MP must be a six. And TT on the windshield finals?

    Seven inch slicks?

    dover stewart & bernado.jpg
     
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  22. 4tford
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  23. Oddly enough the 68 rules stated “moderate customizing is allowed”.
    Perhaps that was how they got around it.

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  24. 1320 Fan
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    Looks like the result of 7" tire on 4" wheel and low air pressure like 7-8lb. Worked ok but if it you got a little crooked you shut off and came back for another run. I think he tried to drive it back straight.
     
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  25. Squablow
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    That's interesting. I read that junior stock cars could also have moderate customizing but I notice no junior stock cars seem to have an added hood scoop, although a lot of MP cars did. Was adding a hood scoop expressly forbidden in junior stock but not in MP?

    I'm curious. I'm putting together a '57 210 2 door sedan that has bumpers and isn't lifted/straight axle'd but does have a Super Duty scoop bolted to the hood, seems like it would be allowed to run MP but not Junior Stock.
     
  26. loudbang
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    Correct NO scoops allowed in Junior Stock
     
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  29. Elcohaulic
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    Aaa yes! Nothing like a Saturday morning coffee, no work, and looking at my favorite HAMB thread.. Its like "Herman and Catnip" Saturday morning cartoons all over again!!
     
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  30. Elcohaulic
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    That 55 is so clean!!! I wonder what color it is? That old Lacquer paint with the lead in it made paint seem so deep..

    55.jpg
     

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