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Super Stock September 1972...Glory Days
The drivers really worked back then, drove the $hit out of them!!
Real Men that overcame all problems!!
I have met Herb several times at the New Orleans Mopar Show he is a regular there. Great guy, very approachable and loves car talk. Drives his GENIII Hemi powered 57chrysler 300c convertible. Great post.
Fixed the orientation of the pics...
That's vintage badassery right there!
For future reference, you just open with any media application, rotate it, then save it again.
True legends! Very cool stuff. On a side note, does anyone recognize those seats?
Nice big trunk for all the extra weight NHRA made them carry.
Yeah they were the cars to beat, until nhra succumed to bill Jenkins pissing and moaning because he couldn`t beat them for a couple of yrs. Walley Parks even apologized to Sox quite a few yrs later / " matter of record! "
It states in the article "Solar seating". Don't know if that's what your after.
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Those cars were trick, so trick Herb told me (with a smile) when his car went thru tech....he would never be anywhere near it. Wonder what he meant by that????
Back in the 90s while Herb was still around he walked me thru a W2 engine build. I had never heard of some of the vendors he told me to contact... Norris rockers .. Tubular Auto headers.. What a nice guy ! Said something about him being involved in the W2 developement.
he is a treasure.....very nice to talk to but I would not want to get his nose open. We are lucky he is willing to share..... some.....of his racing knowledge and secrets with us