In a previous post 'Streamliner Dragsters' a photo of the 'El Tigre' dragster from 1966 was shown. This was actually the old Shadoff Special streamliner that set numerous speed records at Bonneville from 1953 thru 1960. During that time the car set multiple records in the C & D streamliner class plus International records. In '66 Ted Worobieff converted it to a dragster, the El Tigre. So what happened after that? I've been told that in 1980 the body was at Malcolm (Mal) Hooper's motorcycle shop (Gilroy Honda) and the chassis was at another race car shop. Upon Mal's passing his son got the body and also came by the other race shop and picked up the chassis. Does anyone know the rest of the story or Mal's son? It would be a real shame for this famous record breaking car (I think on par with the So-Cal, Chet Herbert and Mickey Thompson cars) to have been destroyed. Any help out there?