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Old 02-03-2008, 01:22 PM
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Two rods in the garage

Hi all, My is Al and I am retired and living in the Catskill mountains of NY state. I have two rods in the garage. One is my steel bodied 40 Willys coupe with a blown 350 small block. The other is a glass bodied 23 T roadster. I won't waste words, but will post pics of them as soon as time allows. I retired from drag racing in 1970, but I love watching on TV.

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Killer that's the way to do it, welcome. Some interesting reading here, drag racing is happening. I like the way one can get to the pits incredible machines. Drag racing is like an old west shoot out. Wonder how fast & quick they will go, and we thought 6 sec. was in outer space. Anyway sounds like you sure had a nice seat with the best view.
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Welcome to Hotrodders Were you at Cranberry river here in WV about a year ago?

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It was nice when I had two rods in the garage,I could pick with one I wanted to ride in each day.A pro street 57 Chevy,And a pro street 32 Chevy roadster.Man that was nice, Now I only have one 34 coupe.But maybe getting a 50 Chevy sedan, To chop up.
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