Nick Barron - past away .
Nick Barron - long time man behind Hallett Boats and Barron Boat Works in Southern California - past away March 2, 2017 at City of Hope in Duarte, Calif. Nick was one of the last of the "old school boat builder legends of the boating world". R.I.P. Nick ...
Maybe a month ago..... and it's a long shot but I saw what looked to be cmi headers for sale on this forum that used a rope style seal on the flange.And the seller had mentioned it. The seller didn't know the brand of the header at the time. Are they still available?
...my wife was cleaning out her old desk and ran across some programs and stuff from our early days racing. Brought back some memories so I thought I'd post some of this stuff.
Early Oroville race from 88.They did another the next year in 89. Gary Kinkaid on the cover , when pink was cool...
I have been to several waterways this year including Havasu, off the Atlantic and on the river up by Laughlin and cant help notice
the mass number of boats out there. Anyone else think your local watering hole busier than normal this year or is it just me?
Presenting a new recurring feature: An archival newspaper article focusing on a performance-boat builder. In honor of Sunsation's 30-year anniversary, we kick it off with a 20-year-old clipping from the Capital newspaper of Annapolis, Maryland dated May 30, 1991.
XJ Jag with a turbocharged '48 straight 8 Buick car ran 199.8 mph before they hole'd a piston
Half a 351 Windsor in a 240 Nissan:
Spirit of Rett streamliner....I want to say 581" but I might be wrong. In the class it runs the Nos they are on the bottle for 50 seconds: Mega nos systems...