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    Nice work covering dragweek, just picked up the issue off the news stand. I bet you were worn out doing all that and then getting the boat ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEL51 View Post
    Nice work covering dragweek, just picked up the issue off the news stand. I bet you were worn out doing all that and then getting the boat ready.
    Thanks Del. That was an awesome trip. Can't wait for the next one. How cool would it be to do that in boats on a river?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    Thanks Del. That was an awesome trip. Can't wait for the next one. How cool would it be to do that in boats on a river?
    Great article Mike! I like those dudes running mismatched heads! haha! Oh, and that '55 is badass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 84Condor View Post
    Great article Mike! I like those dudes running mismatched heads! haha! Oh, and that '55 is badass!
    the '55 is sick. Jeff Lutz and Larry Larson's turbo engines are amazing, too. They were putting pump gas in the tanks to drive between tracks. Get to the track, drain the fuel cell, fill it with race fuel and then go 200-plus mph. Pretty freakin' cool. Larry ran the same tires on the street he raced with. unreal.

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    The 55 that was driven by Rick is pretty cool. His brother Scott built the placecraft with the raider colors. Rick is my ace in the hole when it comes to engine machine work and assembly for the old centurion. He said he had a blast, lifter mishap and all. The photos of all the cars are great. i still think its pretty awesome how you got the boat running so well with the time constraints.

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    "Great article Mike! I like those dudes running mismatched heads! haha! Oh, and that '55 is badass"

    Those guys with that buick with hubcaps and the food warmer for an air cleaner...and there out fits too....
    How that old Vett ran mid tens with 70 series real all season radial TAs is a mind blower too!!
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