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09-04-2007 04:58 PM
dalesy Sad to see so many of these outrageous rods go into the sunset. I'll bet there are still a few sitting in barns somewhere; though some were parted out, some crashed, and some were just cut up.

I never got a chance to see Big Al run, but I'll bet it was like most of the other Allison drag cars....way too much power for the tires! I saw a couple of Art Arfons' Green Monster cars run. They smoked the entire quarter, but weren't all that fast. Most fuelers could out run them. But it was all about the show.

I saw Tommy Ivo's 4 Buick dragster run; it was a big smoker too; but not very fast. I think it's still running exhibitions today. I'd rather go to one of the "Cackle-Fests" that the old time fuelers have. That would be awesome.
06-29-2007 12:39 AM
malc Dragracingonline did some features on Big Al.
Here and
Here

Im sure there are othe pages on Big Al there, try Dragracingonline and do a search.
06-28-2007 09:09 PM
1930u
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Originally Posted by BOBCRMAN@aol.com
"Big All" I saw it in the late sixties, Impressive to say the least. I heard it was in Hawaii
Wow...did you see it in the midwest or out on the west cost?
06-28-2007 09:04 PM
BOBCRMAN@aol.com "Big All" I saw it in the late sixties, Impressive to say the least. I heard it was in Hawaii
06-28-2007 08:57 PM
1930u
Engine Masters 34 Ford Allison

I would have loved to have seen and heard this thing. I wonder what happened to it...hopefully it's in a museum somewhere.
Dave

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