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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by FAST EDDIE'S HOT ROD SHOP, Nov 24, 2009.
Thanks for the update on Don's car.
That sweet wagon was a comet
Thanks I'm not too good IDing the Fords/Mercury's. I was wondering though.
That is the ex-Dyno Don-Eddie Schartmann factory Comet wagon. Owned and run by Bill Bagshaw as "Strange Stuff"
I found this article in an old Hot Rod and thought you guys might be interested:
Hey muttley, what year and month is that hot rod magazine?
September 1967. Dont go out looking for a copy thinking there will be a bunch of pictures/info that I didnt post though, its a one page article and thats all there is of it.
The Dyno Don Comet wagon was last run by Steve Bagwell out of Atlanta, GA and was buried behind his shop after it's racing days were over. It was called Strange Stuff as was his '63 Z-11 Chevy.
"FAST EDDIE" FALCON IN THE BODY SHOP FOR SOME ALTERATIONS!
Looking good, Eddie!
Fast Eddie;looks great!! Now it is time for a BIGGER engine!!! ROY.
Speaking of big engine, how's it going on your end? 13 days and counting!!!!!!!!
Fast Eddie;NOT LOOKING GOOD!!! I don't feel I can make it!! ROY.
All I know is these tires sure look familar??? I better go check the garage again. They dont call him sneeky fast eddie for nothing.
Looking good NITRO,NITRO,NITRO
Looks Great Eddie!!
I don't know what your talking about, your Dad gave them to me awhile back, LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks Steve, Looking forward to hanging out in Bowling Green!!!!!
Just got back from the Holley HotRod Reunion in Bowling Green. Heres some vids and pics of Fast Eddies Falcom with the New Lettering.
Fast Eddie causing trouble
Heres a Vid from Steve The Sniper McBlaine"s( Check out his 65 Comet in the Comet thread) Go Pro Camara mounted on the rear Bumber.
Good Job Steve
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