The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
It is not earlier than June 1964 when the new black plates first came out.
I never really liked Steadybrakers but I know of one with a big block Buick that I like
I just watched a TV show about this elephant it's still around. But it has been moved to a new location, down the road a bit, after falling into disrepair and rebuilt. Now it's like a tourist attraction, pay your way in and look around.
Yes, you are right, I never thought to look at the plate. But I do know the little Macdonalds engine was cut up in early 1967....
Frida Kahlo, Mexican artist, most recognized by the full span eyebrow.
1956 National Championship Drag Races - Kansas City, Missouri. The Arfons brothers each brought an aircraft engine-powered dragster to the meet. Here, Art Arfons in his Allison-powered V12 Green Monster 6
Lindley dragster won 1957 Chrysler engine for fastest speed. Also won Motor Trend Best Engineered Car trophy, Rod & Custom's Fastest Speed.
1956 National Championship Drag Races - Kansas City, Missouri. Dave Marquez
1965 AHRA Drag Races - Lions Drag Strip. Tom McEwen lays on the gas and smokes the slicks of his Yeakel Plymouth blown-Hemi dragster.
1965 AHRA Drag Races - Lions Drag Strip
1965 NHRA World Championship and Tulsa Invitational Drag Races. A check of the cockpit of the Frantic 4 dragster by Fred as driver, Stormin Norman Weekly, looks on.
1965 NHRA World Championship and Tulsa Invitational Drag Races - Southwest Raceway. NHRA Official Fred speaks with Frantic 4 dragster driver, Stormin Norman Weekly as he sit in the cockpit.
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