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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by daddy-o63, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. Ron Evans
    Joined: Feb 25, 2006
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    let's see.....how many of you know what that means on Butch's ride?! just checkin' to see how old some of you are!!!
     
  2. dwayne gerhard
    Joined: Jul 9, 2012
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    from erie,pa.

    hi, anyone have any pics. of a 1975 monza that ran c/altered #1235 in ohio called GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE, would like to know as much history as possible, EMAIL@ DWAYNEGERHARD@YAHOO.COM. THANKS!!!
     
  3. Neighborhood complaint. A Chevelle Wagon I Believe.
     
  4. alberry05
    Joined: Jul 31, 2012
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    Used to race with a guy who had a big block '67 Biscayne wagon he called "Dragin' Wagin'" and it had a picture of a cartoon dragon with goggles on, his tounge hanging out, and his tail "waggin'".
     
  5. Rusty O'Toole
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    In the sixties there was a Chev powered Prefect C altered out of Toronto called Percy the Perfect Prefect. The owner built a Fiat later on which he called Percy Also. He was a little weird.
     
  6. 3windowford
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    I remember a brown '69 six pack Superbee called "Plain Brown Wrapper"

    and a Purple HEMI Duster called "Statutury Grape"
     
  7. R W Ohio
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  8. R W Ohio
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    R W Ohio
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  9. I always liked "The Green Weenie" Corvette!
    Story I remember was that somebody said the 'Vette was an, er, extension of his manhood ( that old cliche'), the car was green so....

    Lifted from my "Great Oregon Racers" thread-

    Originally Posted by Gary Reynolds [​IMG]
    Of course! Yes, Eyerly! A winning car.
    Do you remember The Green Weenie Corvette roadster?
    My memory is so-so! It's hard to believe it was over 40 years ago!
    Many HAAMBer's weren't even born!

    Gary, The guy that owned "The Green Weenie" was Rick Miller, He was a few grades ahead of me at McMinnville High School. In about 1965 he crashed a 57 Vette outside of town. It left him paralyzed. He bought the Stingray and teamed up with the Bachmier Bros. (not sure of the spelling) after their Corvette, "The Sour Grape" burned.
     
  10. paul55
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    buddy of mine back in h.s. had a purple falcon race/street car called "PLUM NASTY".
     
  11. Risky
    Joined: Oct 30, 2012
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    A couple I always liked. Friend in H.S. his dad ran a 67 or 68 camaro with a big mopar in it tha was named Strange Brew. My aunts brother was George Sharp all his cars were always named Sharp Shooter.
     
  12. jimmy1931
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    My gasser.
     

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  13. Egghead
    Joined: Jun 6, 2012
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    St. Gen Dragstrip, 70s. Screamin 6 cyl 4 dr Anglia named"Pappy's Six", 56 chev named "Bits+Pieces" And 55 chevy raced all over "Raging Bull"
     
  14. retro rodder
    Joined: Apr 24, 2009
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    from cape cod

    a couple of my buddies Caesers ghost & chicken delight
     
  15. A couple from around here that I don't recall seeing on this thread yet..

    Haulin' Henry - Factory 427 '67 Fairlane

    Old Trapper - Several record holding late '60s/early '70s MoPars

    Mr. Magoo - A series of Novas and Chevelles belonging to a friend of mine

    Brer Fox - Mid '60s MoPar

    Elephant Hunter - Hemi powered Scout now owned by H.A.M.B.er Saxxon (loved watching that little truck tear down the track)!

    Lil' Scrapper - Impressively quick early '60s Falcon six

    Little Boh Creep (my favourite) - fibreglass '53 F100 altered (too cool)!

    and one that belongs to fellow H.A.M.B.er Jay.S's street gasser Chevy II:
    Stage Fright

    -Dave
     
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  16. Ragtop
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    no pics but a couple of good ones I remember from Windsor Dragway (Ontario Canada) back in the day: Candy red Corvette called "Brandy's Mink" Guess poor Brandy never got that fur coat and "Jack in the Green Stock" who still races BTW, although it's a clone of the original car
     
  17. novabbc
    Joined: Feb 1, 2011
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    Here is our 65 Chevy II. "Mr. Hyde"
     

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  18. Fastmax
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    [​IMG]My Camaro "Dyno Mite"
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  19. I built a 69 Bronco Sand Dragger several years back, call it
    PATSY'S NITEMARE, my wife still comments on that....Ted:cool:
     

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  20. farrigno
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    from mass

  21. shivasdad
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    My dad's AA/FA in the early 70s was The Different Drummer.
     
  22. I don't have it lettered on the side cuz it is now a street car but it is indeed my "Sinister Stude"
     

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  23. We had cars named The Red Witch 1, 2, 3 & 4, Mama's Nightmare and The GizzleHopper
     
  24. jamesdfo
    Joined: Mar 16, 2006
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    A couple of fairly well known western Canadian cars, run by the Rutherford brothers, Steve, Dave & Gord

    Buckshy Falcon
    Originally raced by Dave with a SBF/Toploader, car was parked for several seasons after the Pinto was introduced, then came back with youngest brother Gord as driver, this time with 429 PI BBF/C6. Gord still has the car, now running 545 BBF/C6

    [​IMG]

    Buckshy Pinto
    Chassis/drivetrain by Steve,driven by Dave,car had a number of combos, longest running combo being stroked 351C, originally w/toploader, later w/ Doug Nash torsion tube 5 speed. Sadly, car was badly damaged in a finishline crash in Calgary, after the previous pair of R.E.D.'s down the track oiled the lane. Car was retired (they still have it), and Dave replaced the Pinto with an o/t Fairmont

    [​IMG]
     
  25. Dave1946
    Joined: Dec 10, 2012
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    I had an A/Altered in the 60's called "Pure Purgatory"
    A dragster in the 80's called "No Couth"
    But my all time favorite was the old fuel dragster called "JADE GRENADE"
     
  26. rustednutz
    Joined: Nov 20, 2010
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    from tulsa, ok

    My wife has named the 39 Olds coupe gasser wannabe that we're building- "NEVER TOO OLDs". Maybe 'cause it's taking me so long to build.
     
  27. A six cylinder Nova that ran high 12's.."Six Pack to Go".
     
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  29. Motomike43
    Joined: Jan 13, 2013
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    Right now I am building a Sling shot Front engine dragster with a 1500Hp Japanese motor...WHY? because I can. Anyway, I named it "The Kamakaze"
     
  30. InstantT
    Joined: Aug 15, 2012
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    from SoCal

    Always the alcohol six powered T-pot roadster. And the Hairy Canary.
     

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