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    Fred's sure sponsored a lot of cars!
     
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    posted by swi66 in the vintage thread

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    posted by hemidav in the vintage thread

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  13. Detroit Dragway... 23A3EA0F-171B-4C34-BA16-EC871F34DDB9.jpeg
     
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    I'm pretty sure this is the Rich Maskin of "Maskin and Kanners" AMC pro stock fame and Dart heads founder. Certainly the right part of the country.

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    Yes, that is Rich Maskin of Dart. If you look closely, you can see the first set of headers I ever owned. I bought them from Rich when he updated his car. They were Mr. Js, 1 3/4" primaries. That was a "Canadian Pontiac" (SBC).
     
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    Thanks Gearhead, pretty interesting info.

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    Ralph Ridgeway Ridgerunner Ram

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    posted by hemidav in the vintage thread


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    posted by swi66 in the vintage thread


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  22. I posted this in the Junior Stock thread and came up empty so I wanted to try here and see if anyone had any info.
    I know this thread is full of guys that were there back in the day so I hope I could ask you all a quick question even if it's a little off topic and see if any of you remember the cars or the man. A friend of mine's now deceased grandfather ran several cars under the "Mr. Vicious" name back in the 60's and early 70's. There were three cars, Mr. Vicious #1 was a black 66 SS396 Chevelle, Mr. Vicious #2 was a black 68 SS 396/375 Chevy II, and the final Mr. Vicious III was a white 69 Zl-1 Camaro. Later with an iron 427 the car was a national record holder for a time. His name was Tony Guadagnino and he was from East Paterson NJ and ran mostly at Englishtown. He ran in B/Stock and later SS/D with a 4 speed. Any info or photos is greatly appreciated and I hope the mods would give me a break this one time while I just ask for a little help for a close friend. Anyone that has anything can PM me so we don't go off topic on this thread. Thank you in advance for your help.
     
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    We’re you allowed to run a different brand engine in these classes? Like a Chevy in a ford or a Mopar in a Rambler? Was IHRA and AHRA different for their modified classes? I can’t seem to find anything regarding this.
     
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    I thought M/P had to have same engine as car manufacture. No now that I think of it my friends 57 Corvette had a 426 wedge motor and ran A/MP.

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    B5260896-688D-4A99-B055-5C916E390E18.jpeg Got some old pics of Dads 56. It’s first pic in this thread had for sale in shoe polish.( 1968 )
    Was a Canadian car that went to the U.S.Nationals in Indy circa 65.or 66’ possibly both. Cross ram 311” with a 4 gear muncie. Ran 12.23’ish. In C/MP. View attachment 4739564
     
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