Well, I'm not a fotki member and can't see the pics; guess I'll have to sign up. The first pic posted by OMEGA is at Arlington Drag Strip, Arlington Washington. Planes still cannot land on that particular runway at the Arlington Airport, as it's in really poor shape; the other 2 runways remain active. I'd rather see the old Junior Stocker class cars run than a full field of fuel cars. My delivery is being built "psuedo-Junior Stocker" style. I had all the hydro gear for it even, but gave it all away in a fit of stupidity. Junior Stock had to run a 16 lb exhaust aft of the headers, but it did'nt need to be funtional. NHRA allowed the hydros in Junior Stock for a while in deliveries as they were built/licensed as "trucks". Sedan Deliveries never came with hydramatics! NHRA also allowed them to run dual four carburetors/fuel injection, as deliveries were built on a passenger car base. None of those came equipped that way either. The FENDERWELL headers used on 55-57 Chevrolets came about originally because of the starter motor, being mounted "upside" down with the solenoid on the bottom, chassis outlet headers had no clearence. Chevrolet V-8 Hydro starters were a one off application; these days they're impossible to find. But yeah, anyone could build and race a Junior Stocker and be competitive; now it's even hard to build a competitive bracket car. 57 Delivery, the HYROPHOBIA car still makes nostalgia races, I've seen photos of it. 57 Delivery, the car I mentioned is your reproduction of the original taken at ATCO Raceway, New Jersey.