Great stuff that you guys posted, I went to Abington High School with Dill Coffman. When in high school Dill built and drove a Willys Jeepster, he powered it with a Chrysler Hemi engine. That was one bad ass street car back then. Dill sucessfully raced drag boats for many years. He is still working at the same place, Coffmans Service. I talk to Dill occasionally, when I am at his shop for Pa.state inspections on vehicles. To address the inquery about Hurst & campbell and Hurst Performance. I knew George Hurst from back in the days when my friend Bob worked for him making motor mount kits at the first location on Old York road in Abington, Pa. When I went into the Navy, Hurst moved to Glenside Avenue in Glenside, Pa near the train station. That is the location where they did the Hot Rod magazine photo shoot with Don Garlits. Don completely dissassembled his AA/FD in Hurst shop after setting the first NHRA 200 mph run at Island Dragway in August of 1964. On the cover of HRM, Big Daddys dragster was in pieces and he said "This I swear is true " about the secrets of his car. The final location of Hurst Performance was on Street Road near Jacksonville Road and catticorner from The Naval Air Developement Center at Johnsville. After that the company was traded on the open market and purchased by Sunbeam and later by Mr. Gasket Co. and moved out of Pa. The article that I wrote for Traditional Rod & Kulture Illistrated makes mention of cruising Old York Road in 1958 and driving past Hurst & Campbell where they made the motor mount kits that everyone used. That article will hit the news stands and Barnes & Noble in July of 2015, not in April as previously stated. Lots of Hot Rod history in the Philadelphia Area, lets keep posting your stuff on this thread..