The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Mar 21, 2019.
That’s certainly a different way to drop an axle.
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The Eliminator dragster was built by Bill and Al Dahms. They owned New Trend Machine in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. They later moved the machine shop to Glastonbury, Connecticut. I worked for them part time in the beginning, and later as the shop foreman for a short time. they were producing Supercharger drive components for Moroso, as well as doing job shop work. They still had the original casting molds in the shop when I worked there. They sold the dragster chassis minus the 409 engine. I used to see the chassis sitting outside of a house on Hebron Avenue in Glastonbury. One day it was gone, where ?
That is for real. Bill Dahms always felt that a centrifugal blower was much more efficient than a roots type blower.
The Snake didn't last long driving boats after a crash.
I think this 1930-31 Ford roadster with the quad headlights was owned by Tony Gallichio from Newington, Connecticut.
Yes, the Scotty's Muffler Service, and Evan's Equipment roadster is the same car.
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