Oops, where did that '55 come from. It has all the standard equipment: Chrome tube axle, 'glass nose, box tube snout. Drivetrain will have 301 with aluminum rods, Jackson Injection, Hooker Fenderwell headers, McCloud adjustable Pressure plate, Liberty crashbox Chrysler 4 speed. It has a Pontiac rearend with 5:38's, I also have 5:86's and 6:17's. After that gets boring I have a 6:71 to spice things up. I don't know if it'll be (sanctioning body) legal but we'll find out (maybe).
This is my recently completed racecar, "The Man", a Junior Stock tribute car, with some of the parts from the car we ran in 1969 at the Winterntionals. I was able to finish the cosmetics on the early morning of July 4th, then we towed it from Granada Hills to Pennsylvania for the York Muscle Car Reunion. The Drags that weekend were uneventful as the mechanicals weren't complete, no tach, no line lock, no time to adjust things, but it did make a wounded pass. I hope to have the finishing touches taken car of shortly and then, back to the strip.
Dragline on Apr 21, 2011 said:
Amazing collection, thanks fo sharing.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Apr 30, 2013 said:
That`s 1 nice collection[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Dec 23, 2016 said:
desde Chile, excelente amigo. saludos. Victor Henríquez.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Jan 4, 2019 said:
Sweet page here ..I also have a 57 2 door wagon for the last 20 years[Reply to this comment]
57timemachine on Nov 22, 2020 said:
Thanks for this amazing trip back with some of your time machines. Have always loved the 57 Chevrolet and that might explain why I had one from 1984 to 2007 that I restored original. What a special prize that fuelie is, man do I ever envy you for that one. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on May 1, 2022 said:
That post has been up for a long time. I traded the 55 for a 57 that I sold 35 years ago. Got it back. Now I'm back to all 57's except for the 62 Vette. Thanks[Reply to this comment]