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History NHRA Junior Stock

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by colesy, Aug 12, 2007.


  1. thats why i do kind of enjoy the friday night bracket racing! nailhead powered henry j gasser smokin mustangs! all we have here in maine are 1/8th mile but some of the awesome cars totally make up for it!
     
  2. 67 W-30
    Joined: Aug 18, 2009
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    67 W-30
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    from N.E. Ohio

    Paul -
    Doc Burgess' car was this former Brainbeau 67 W30 of Loyed Woodland and Bobby Andresen -
     

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  3. gary brock
    Joined: Nov 27, 2008
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    gary brock
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    car was previously the MARSH-BROCK M/SA RECORD HOLDER.sold to PHIL COOPER then sold to JEFF & KAREN GAINES.any one with any info on this car please e-mail to POPSICLE103@G-MAIL.COM ** THANKS !! **
     
  4. 35touring
    Joined: Dec 4, 2009
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    35touring
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    from Kentucky

    some assorted stockers...
     

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  5. BadNews
    Joined: Dec 7, 2009
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    BadNews
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    Colsey,
    Do you have any info on the '56 Sedan Delivery (The Mail Box) in this photo?
    Kevin
     
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  6. Dennis Holly
    Joined: Apr 29, 2009
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    Dennis Holly
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    Tom Russell, US 131, Martin MI
     

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  7. Paul Ceasrine
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    Paul Ceasrine
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    from Wilton, CT

    In 1967, the 62' Plymouth 2-Seat Fury Wagon with the 361/305 HP
    would be classed in D/SA.
    In 1968, the car would be classed in G/SA.
    Suprisingly light at #3468 lbs.

    This looks like the Doug Kahl car.
    Didn't Doug take the 361/305 HP engine out of his 62' Sport Fury
    D/SA in 1966, and put it into this possibly 'acid-dipped' stretchy car.
     
  8. JrFuel
    Joined: May 22, 2007
    Posts: 116

    JrFuel
    Member
    from USA

    Hey there it is... Karen Gaines - Gold '57 Chevy (my previous post 7840)

    I didn't know the heritage of the car it's self, but it looks like it went like this....

    1st - Marsh & Brock M/SA
    2nd - then owned by Phil Cooper as a SS/QA
    3rd - then the Gains got it and continued to run it as "the Gold SS/QA" that I remembered

    btw - Phil Cooper's stuff was always Very Very Nice!!
    His cars and equipment would make any racer droool.

    Realize this is the early 70's.... Phil was one of the first sportsman racers (in any class, especially a stocker or super stocker) that I can remember, that used a Chaparral enclosed trailer for transporting their car... Most guys considered themselves fortunate just to have an open trailer of some sort.

    For me the photo of Phil with the '57 on the ramp truck is priceless.
    I'll never forget that Gold '57 (orig post 4358).

    Larry
     

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  9. TMcCrea
    Joined: Aug 13, 2008
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    TMcCrea
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    from Maryland


    I see the Wheatley Bros. car in the background.

    Butch later ran a Pizzi prepped '69 Camaro in F/S and later with a big block in B/S.
     
  10. JrFuel
    Joined: May 22, 2007
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    JrFuel
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    from USA

    Informative article on this Pizzi Camaro - Super Stock & Drag Illustrated - April '72.

    Larry
     

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  11. Dennis Holly
    Joined: Apr 29, 2009
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    Dennis Holly
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    Yes this is the same car. They teamed up for Indy 67, using Doug's Ted Spehar built engine in Tom's Wagon.
     
  12. Jim Pizzi
    Joined: Jan 12, 2009
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  13. LEW BECKER
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    LEW BECKER
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    HERES SOME EARLY MUSSER BROS CORVETTE SNAP SHOTS SENT TO ME BY ERNIE MUSSER.-GENE JORDAN WAGON IN ONE PHOTO?-I THINK JORDAN ALSO RAN A 62 PLYM. WITH STRIPPED ROOF WHICH WAS ASKED ABOUT IN A PRIOR POST.
    ALSO,THERE IS A GOOD PHOTO OF THE ANDERSON OLDS CAR (DRIVEN BY SUNNY&TERESE)IN THE JAN.,1970 ISSUE OF POP ROD MAGAZINE-I CANT GET IT TO DOWN LOAD!:eek::rolleyes:-CAR IS RUNNING THE TIN-TIGER GTO AT CAPITAL-I HAVE SEEN TIN TIGER IN OTHER SHOTS ANY INFO?:rolleyes:
     

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  14. LEW BECKER
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    LEW BECKER
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    ANDERSON OLDS CAR RUNNING TIN TIGER GTO AT CAPITAL-POPROD MAGAZINE PHOTO(TOOK PHOTO OF PHOTO).
    PARHAM&PAYNE-E AUTOMATIC CAR-POPROD MAGAZINE,JULY,1967
    57 CHEVY 4 DOOR WAGON-G/S CAR-THE WILD WAGON-EDWIN BOLTON&SON SHELL-ELGIN,OHIO-POPROD MAGAZINE,JUNE,1967.ANY INFO ON THE WILD WAGON CAR?:rolleyes:
     

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  15. LEW BECKER
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    Mistake-not wild wagon(will post that)-diane ireland-mustang stocker-poprod july,1967.
     
  16. LEW BECKER
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    LEW BECKER
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    The wild wagon-poprod,june 1967.:)
    hi chuck norton!-nice post regarding paul dilcher!-as paul would say...ya see.....that baby rolls...ya see....:d
     

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  17. Chuck Norton
    Joined: Apr 23, 2009
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    Chuck Norton
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    from Division 7

    Must be a Western N.Y. thing. My family left that part of New York about 180 years ago but I'm still able to understand Paul. Must be one of those abilities that transcends the years.

    c
     
  18. jimdillon
    Joined: Dec 6, 2005
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    Lew would these photos in C/S be 1965? Also I do not know if I missed it but what is the story on your car in the avatar?-Jim
     
  19. Falconred
    Joined: Mar 27, 2008
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    Falconred
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    Well, I thought I posted this earlier today but it didn't show up. I am getting an inferiority complex. I am a Ford man and am having withdrawal symptoms with all this GM and Mopar stuff. Any good Ford photos? Please. I know, there's no crying in Drag Racing!
     
  20. Paul Ceasrine
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    Paul Ceasrine
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    from Wilton, CT

    Lew Becker,

    The Pontiac GTO 'Tin Tiger I.
    Was a 1966 389/360 HP tri-power, 4-speed.
    Owned by Bob Gaudreau out of Bristol, Connecticut.
    Sponsored by Paul Dodge Pontiac, out of central Connecticut.
    1966 = C/S,,,,,,,,,1967 = B/S,,,,,,,,1968 = D/S
    Ran many match races vs. Woodland & Anderson 4-4-2.

    I believe, Bob Gaudreau had the car up thru 1968, and then purchased a
    new 68' Hemi Factory S/S Cuda 'Candy Cuda'
     
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  21. 69tincanfairlane
    Joined: Feb 17, 2009
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    69tincanfairlane
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    from UYA

    I have a ton of vintage Ford drag racing photos, but they're all Super Stock drag racing photos and not warranted on this thread. According to the list posted below, there weren't too many Ford guys doing the Junior Stock thing back then. And though the list is not complete, it weighs heavily on the GM side.

    Would I prefer reading about Fords? Yes. But I don't mind any other brand cars... I enjoy reading the stories and learning about the history of the people and cars no matter what brand.

    Again, judging by this Junior Stock list compiled by I/SA Steve, I think it's safe to say that Ford vehicles were definitely in the minority as far as "Junior Stock" is concerned; hence the lack of posts, photos, and info.

    If I am wrong with my assumption, the Ford boys better "step it up", get on the list and start posting!:D

    Bill Abraham (65 Pontiac) NHRA Division 3
    John Abraitis (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Kenny Adams (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Roger Aho (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Paul Albert (61 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Joe Allread (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Ray Allen (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Fred Anderson (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 5
    Tom Anderson (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ken Andrews (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    John Archambault (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dud Arnaud (64 Ford) NHRA Division 4
    Dick Arons (65 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Skip Asay (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Ayers (65 Plymouth) NHRA Division 4
    David Baker (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 5
    Paul Baker (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Bob Bayles (57 Ford) NHRA Division 3
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    Johnny Bartlett (54 Buick) NHRA Division 6
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    Skip Bechtel (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Lew Becker (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Steve Bellomo (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Bender (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Carl Bennett (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Keith Berg (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 7
    Ed Beyer (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Jim Biron (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tim Bishop (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dave Boertman (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Fred Borcherdt (57 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Ronnie Broadhead (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 7
    Brock & Nelson (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Gene Brown (58 Pontiac) NHRA Division 7
    Bobby Brown (66 Ford) NHRA Division 2
    Sonny Bryant (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Bob Burch (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Burkhardt, Obert & Graham (61 Plymouth) NHRA Division 3
    John Burkholder (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Jon Calander (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Gene Calhoun (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
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    Charlie Cason (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Frank Catone (68 Ford) NHRA Division 1
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    John Cesareo (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Richard Charboneau (67 Ford) NHRA Division 5
    Phil Chisholm (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Mark Coletti (71 Plymouth) NHRA Division 6
    Bob Collins (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Gene Collins (66 Ford) NHRA Division 1
    Al Corda (64 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Terry Clark (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ed Collier (65 Plymouth) NHRA Division 3
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    Bill Cornelius (58 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Frank Cottone (69 Ford) NHRA Division 1
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    Dance & Carter (68 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
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    Darrell Davis (62 Dodge) NHRA Division 3
    Joe Delorenzo (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Troy Dennis (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    John Dianna (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Paul Dilcher (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    George Duff (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Jack Doughtery (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Douglas & Forys (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 7
    Bob Dwyer (51 Studebaker) NHRA Division 7
    Bill Ersham (51 Studebaker) NHRA Division 3
    Tom Elk (68 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Ronnie Evans (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Everett & Tindall (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jim Fagan (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Pete Fedun (65 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John Feistritzer (57 Ford) NHRA Division 3
    Doug Filo (58 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Bill Fodrie (62 Dodge) NHRA Division 2
    Jerry Fowler (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Stan Fox (62 Plymouth) NHRA Division 2
    Ed Franks (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jim Franks (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Sonny Freeman (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gary Freudendahl (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    John Frith (57 Ford) NHRA Division 4
    Burl Froelich (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Norm Fryer (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Garey (70 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Billy & Bobby Garris (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 2
    Tony Gauvin Jr. (61 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gary Glover (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Frank Good (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Goodson Bros (57 Ford) NHRA Division 2
    Dick Griffin (64 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Gary Grassi (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Vic Guilmino (58 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Gunning Bros. (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Skip Hacker (52 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Hall & Wright (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Roger Hall (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Henry Hallman (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Jerry Hallman (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Mike Hallman (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Jim Hamer (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Ed Hamburger (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Jay Hamilton (58 Pontiac) NHRA Division 7
    Guy Hamilton (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 2
    Charlie Hampp (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bill Hanes (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Ted Harbit (51 Studebaker) NHRA Division 3
    Ralph Hardt (61 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Dempsey Hardy (55 Studebaker) NHRA Division 2
    Don Harris (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Robert Harshbarger (61 Pontiac) NHRA Division 3
    Ted Hartman (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jim Hayter (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Val Hedworth (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Ron Hewitt (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Hickernell, Sperry & Bolton (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Jim Hieb (67 AMC) NHRA Division 6
    Dick Hill (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Dick Hilt (61 Pontiac) NHRA Division 3
    Dave Hinkle (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Keith Hodge (52 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Andy Hoffman (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John Hoffman (61 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dennis Hogue (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tommy Howes (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    David Hughes (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Frank Iaconio (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Buddy Ingersoll (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Bill Izykowski (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John James (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tony Janes (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Bill Jenkins (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Alex Jarrell (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Wayne Jesel (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tommy Johnson (66 Ford) NHRA Division 5
    Chuck Johnson (68 Ford) NHRA Division 1
    Woodro Josey (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Doug Kahl (62 Plymouth) NHRA Division 3
    Bob Kammer (60 Plymouth) NHRA Division 3
    Frank Katick (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dallas Kelly (67 Ford) NHRA Division 3
    Dan Kelly (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Joe Kenny (62 Dodge) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Kindel (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Don Kirkland (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Andy Kish (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Rod Kister (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 5
    Larry Kopp (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Pete Kost (68 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 6
    Kenny Koonce (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Larry Krome (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Kronenbetter & Bare (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Kurtz & Calderhead (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Kurtz & Spitler (58 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dennis Kutsavage (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dan Kyle (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Bob Lambeck (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Tom Larson (Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Lester Lawrence (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Dave LeBrun (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gary Ledbetter (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Lepage (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John Ligenfelter (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Lischke & Ballinger (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Locke Bros. (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Long & Teaque (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 4
    Tom Longnecker (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Lowe & Easley (58 Pontiac) NHRA Division 7
    Bob Luck (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Lumley & Sanders (61 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Charlie Lutz (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John Mackey (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Peter Magel (51 Studebaker) NHRA Division 1
    Malone, Rodiquez & Kennedy (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Mandella (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 7
    Leon Marainian (65 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Marotta & Owens (64 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Marsh (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Jack Martin (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Jerry Marteney (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    John Marteney (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Jack Matyas (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Russ Matthews (60 Buick) NHRA Division 3
    Howard Maselas (62 Pontiac) NHRA Division 3
    John Mason (67 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Russ Mathews (60 Buick) NHRA Division 3
    Matthews & Bender (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Vinnie Mayer (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Norm Mayersohn (65 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Paul Mayo (71 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Mike Mazepa (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    McCrea & Etter (58 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 5
    Pat McVickers (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ed McGlawhorn (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Mickey McGlawhorn (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    McLaughlin & Moses 57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    McMaster & Gunning (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Doug & Ron Mentzer (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Merowchek & Shirley (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Cal Method (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Ed Millisen (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 4
    Gary Moore (61 Pontiac) NHRA Division 4
    Bob Moore (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Bill Morrison (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jack Mullins (52 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 4
    Greg Murnane (57 Pontiac) NHRA Division 5
    Harry Neide (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Neja (Tom) & Disette (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Tim Neja (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    William Nelson (57 Ford) NHRA Division 7
    Bill Niedergesans (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gene Norris (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Chuck Norton (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Bob Nottingham (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    John Novack (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Offield & Kenny (58 Pontiac) NHRA Division 5
    Dick Ogles (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Obert & Graham (61 Dodge) NHRA Division 3
    Al Olster (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Ott & Ryan (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 5
    Bobby Pagano (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Park (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jimmy Parker (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Tom Pauser (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Parham, Payne & McDaniels (57 Ford) NHRA Division 4
    Jimmy Parker (67 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Patrick Bros. (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 5
    Hubert Penland (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Steve Perrault (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Joe Perzan (60 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Peters (58 Vette) NHRA Division 5
    Norman Phillips (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gary Pierce (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tony Pizzi (68 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Don Potter (65 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
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    Hubert Pulley (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Pete Preston (62 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Bruce Pritchard (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
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    Quinn Brothers (55 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Tom Rambo (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Haywood Register (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Tucker Reynolds (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Pat Riccardi (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Joe Righthouse (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Rinaldi & Seaman (64 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Marv Ripes (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Ron Rizzo (69 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Bill Robinson (70 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Fred Robinson (51 Studebaker) NHRA Division 3
    Gerry Robinson (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jack Robinson (71 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
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    Ted Rohde (50 Olds) NHRA Division 6
    Nunzi Romano (62 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
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    Bud Rowe (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Bill Russell (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division ?
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    Joe Santangelo (61 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Sanderson Brothers (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Frank Sawyer (68 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Jim Saunders (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Andy Scaglione (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Teddy Schaum (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jesse Schrader (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Pete Sciro (67 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Scott Brothers (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Ken Shawver (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Ken Shilay (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Sam Shinaberry (52 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Forest Shroppshire (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Ed Showalter (62 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Joe Simon (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ron Sirianni (64 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Slater (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Neil Smedley (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Ojars Smiltnieks (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Ivars Smiltnieks (52 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Doug Smith (57 Chevrolet NHRA Division 7
    Marv Smith (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Marlin Snyder (69 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Bill Spanakos (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ted Spehar (66 Dodge) NHRA Division 3
    Jere Stahl (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jerry Stein (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Paul Stensland (57 Ford) NHRA Division 7
    Don Stephenson (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 5
    Jerry Stevens (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Sam Stockwell (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Stokes & Ferrara (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Will Stoner (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Mark Sullivan (68 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 5
    Fred Suloff (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    George Supinski (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jon Swoope (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Phil Szupka (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1
    Taylor & Soon (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    John Thropp (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tinsley & Culley (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Ann Toews (58 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Trautman & Nugent (60 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Tritak & Morgan (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Joe Troutman (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    John Troxel (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Ralph Truppi (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Paul Turner (57 Ford) NHRA Division 3
    Claude Urevig (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bob Vandell (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 6
    Arlen Vanke (65 Pontiac) NHRA Division 3
    Lamar Vaubel (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3
    Tweed Vorhees (67 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Johnny Wade (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 2
    Jim Waibel (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Larry Walker (57 Ford) NHRA Division 7
    Wayne Walker (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Warren & Register (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Larry Watson (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Bill Wells (50 Oldsmobile ) NHRA Division 6
    Westburg & Westfall (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Jay Wheatley (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Gene Wheeler (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Larry Whitley (62 Plymouth) NHRA Division 2
    Whitney & Price (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Wilder & Cowles (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Gordon Williams (62 Studebaker) NHRA Division 7
    Wilson Brothers (66 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Don Wood (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Lloyd Woodland (66 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Worrel Bros (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 1
    Clayton Wright (63 Plymouth) NHRA Division 1
    Ed Wright (56 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 4
    Joe Wright (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 2
    Newton Wright (50 Oldsmobile) NHRA Division 3
    Willard Wright (55 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 7
    Mark Yacavone (59 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 1
    Harold Young (62 Plymouth) NHRA Division 2
    John Yurkiw (57 Chevrolet) NHRA Division 3

    Well, here are a few Ford/Mercury stockers, anyone have any info on them? I know the Jack Worrell car has been discussed a few times on this thread.
     
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  22. 67 W-30
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    67 W-30
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    from N.E. Ohio

    Looks like Wheatley Bros "Heartbreaker Too" wagon in that pic?
     
  23. BELAIR1957
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    BELAIR1957
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    from PA

    I am lookihg for any pictures of Larry Krome's 57 Chevy division 1 cars. He had held a natiomal record at one time.
     
  24. bayboar1
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    bayboar1
    Member
    from arizona

    Can anyone post any info (pictures/specs/contacts) on guys that ran 56 pontiacs in the day
     
  25. Paul Ceasrine
    Joined: Mar 31, 2010
    Posts: 387

    Paul Ceasrine
    Member
    from Wilton, CT

    Stang,

    If the 289/271 HP Mustang Fastback has D/S on the window, its from 1966.
    If it has C/S, its from 1967.
    If it has F/S, its from 1968.

    Tha 'Wild Pony' Mustang was pulling 12.80's in early 1967.
    Had several match races with Bob Bannings 1966 Dodge D-Dart in Maryland in 1967.
     
  26. Falconred
    Joined: Mar 27, 2008
    Posts: 872

    Falconred
    Member

    Thanks for the Ford photos, I'm coming around now and not so (Ford) blue. I remember that Drag News didn't have many Ford products in the results back then. There weren't many Fords in the Junior level classes around here either. Most of them were the 390 CU and up bunch. A few 289 hipos that later moved up to the lower SS classes. I had a '57 Ford 4-door hardtop in about '64 or but is wasn't a blower car but it was all I could afford. I also had one of those '70-'71 Fairlanes like the Expeditor (white sale special) 302 automatic cars that we put a gear in and ran at Silva, NC. You could run all day with that car and never hurt it. Not enough power to break anything. Win your bracket and get a quart of oil, some wax and maybe STP.
     
  27. 56 Pontiac I/SA
    Joined: Oct 17, 2008
    Posts: 746

    56 Pontiac I/SA
    Member
    from Maryland

    Alas, although the 227/317 W/ Hydro was a great combo, not many could prevail under the onslaught of the (same class) 220/283 and 195/265 deliverys.

    All of the cars that I can recall (including myself) are ...
    David Baker (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 5, Ed Beyer (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1, Ed Hamburger (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1, Gary Ledbetter (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1, Steve Perrault (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1 and Phil Szupka (56 Pontiac) NHRA Division 1.


    I know Ed Beyer and Gary set National Records ... not sure about the others.

    Best run I ever made was running a TRW-slugged, freshly-honed engine was 14.64/94.14 on a good day @ Cecil ... sometime in1968. Never had the bucks for 'skinny' (or Dykes)-ringed Forgedtrues, but the car did very-well @ Capitol and 75-80 for the first two seasons (67-68) I ran it ... lots of good memories.

    Rumor has it that another very-buck$-down racer named Johnny V Goode (search this thread for Johnny V) ran one, but methinks that's just a fable ;).


    [​IMG]

    Cheers!
    ... Steve
     
  28. 56 Pontiac I/SA
    Joined: Oct 17, 2008
    Posts: 746

    56 Pontiac I/SA
    Member
    from Maryland

    The very-latest Wikileaks revelation --->

    [​IMG]

    ... see more at Colesey's post # 2128
     
  29. 56 Pontiac I/SA
    Joined: Oct 17, 2008
    Posts: 746

    56 Pontiac I/SA
    Member
    from Maryland

    ATTENTION:
    Cee Dan Dee-livery fans ...

    For your viewing/listening pleasure, here's a thread-appropriate musical interlude from one of Canada's best -->

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdUC_GU4hYw

    "I'm thinkin' of no one in my mind
    Sedan delivery
    is a job I know I'll keep
    It sure was hard to find"
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2010
  30. bayboar1
    Joined: Mar 2, 2010
    Posts: 14

    bayboar1
    Member
    from arizona

    Steve,

    Although I did run chevys I always had sweet spot for the ponchos, do you know of anyone running the daul quad 285 hp motor. I have a bare bones safari with that motor and a 3 speed.
     

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