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Little action from the track





And I caught the professional photographer in my photo...


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A big thanks to all who worked to put this on. I enjoyed it all and will be back. I was able to wander thru the museum Friday night during the banquet, so left at 10:45 Saturday morning and walked in my door at 1:30 am today.
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Mitch,did you run your windsheildless car?
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It was running in the 11s. It's a very cool car. Pics do no justice to it. Need to see it in person. Very nice car.

Rich

It was at MCACN a few years ago (2014) in the Gasser display-next to Floyd and Jean Weirlein's car.



Jamie's 55 used to have fuel injection through the hood




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A super big thank you to all whom attended the banquet. I do not have the words to express the emotions i felt due to your generosity and kindness that all of you graciously exhibited at the auction. My wife and i were speechless , thank you so, so much. We felt we were surrounded bu the best people in the world. Sincerely Greg and Lydia Nugent
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Mitch,did you run your windsheildless car?

No, I called the track manager last Tuesday and he wasn't going to allow it, so I drove the '38 down and ran that 5 times. Slow, but better than nothing.

The Chevelle should be there next year...
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Jamie's 55 and Albert's BB/GS Gasser would be a great match race. The Gassers!
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This was my first time on the track since I had made a bunch of changes. Including swapping the Hilborn injection for a tunnel ram with two Holley 660s. This will allow me to drop from A gas to B on Dragweek. The best pass for me was a 10.97 at 125
The car has a little more in it if it can overcome the weak link of the driver.
I had so much fun at the Reunion this year. Anyone who didn't make it should start making plans to be there next year. It will be our 25th and we already have some special thing planned!
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Jamie did indeed have fun!
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Great photos. Thanks for sharing everyone.
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