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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by loudbang, Mar 22, 2018.
Please keep the CARS to older than 66.
A few I have
Westborn Chrysler is still in business today.... I'm about 10 minutes away from there...
Daddy's Toy vs Fast Eddie
Scroll to your hearts content...
^ Quite a few MD tracks in there, unfortunately most are long gone. Cecil Dragway is having a little racing action and a swap meet this Saturday. I hope to be there.
Steel City Wedge
64 golden commandos hardtop is owned currently by H.A.M.B. member Guffey
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Another great vintage racer thread! Thanks LOUDBANG.
Sydon & Johnson
Teacher's Pet Jerry Stein
I love these Mopars.
Any pic’s of Daddy’s Toy in 66-7
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No those are the only ones I have found sorry.
They must have done good to have a finals T on the windshield.
This the one WIND ....something??
Cliff Langel Chevrolet
Junk Yard Dawg
Double H Drag Strip, Blue Ridge, GA, 1965. Pretty sure one of Robert Nance's cars is in the right lane. Could be both of them -- 64 vs. 65, with Nance against James Lake.
This one brings back some fun times - Thunder Valley Dragways in Marion, SD. The two '55's in post 37 were taken there too. Guessing you found those on the net?
Stewart School of Hairstyling (Stewart Hairstylists on the sign by starter's stand) used to sponsor a hemi-powered Mopar super stocker called the "Hairbender" that ran Thunder Valley on a regular basis. Pretty sure I have a pic somewhere, I'll have to look.
Yes found them on the net.
Here is a "match race" photo from 1964. Malcolm Durham vs. Ronnie Sox at Cecil County Dragway in Maryland. John Durand Photo....
I cannot think of a better era to have grown up in then the 60's and 70's
Today's drag racing just does not seem to even come close to the racing from the 60's
Just the opinion of an old man
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