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Row 4 1966 Cuda. She says so.
Racing Champions 1998, 50 Years of Nascar. I guess this was their attempt to show Richard's drag racing period.
Jerry, this car and yours were sisters.
Yep Stan. Only mine has no paint and has flat tires. And no big trophy like that.
Hard to catch a Fish!
How does he see around the hood scoop? LOL He must have an extremely tall plenum intake on it.
I have a bunch of pics of that car. I was just looking at them earlier today to motivate me to get back to work on mine. I would include a pic of mine, but it's still under construction and hasn't been on the track or the street since I've owned it.
Another early A race Cuda but Holy man this one is fast!!!
Here is another Fish
My first 66 cuda race car was Quicksilver. My 69 was Quicksilver II
Cool, it has the very rare vinyl top option!
Anyone look closely at this one? What year is is the car???
Thanks for posting some great images 66340SEDAN!
43jr....I’m sure many know the tragedy that happened to Richard petty when he lost control of the car and crashed in to the stands killing a young boy. Richard was so disgusted by what happened that later he crushed the car with a bulldozer and buried it, it was dug up in the recent years but there’s not much left to it. Richard never got over that accident. I believe there were two cars built, 43 jr and 43 jr OUTLAWED....I believe outlawed was referring to him being banned from NASCAR in 1965 for running a hemi engine. I’m not sure if the other car exists today, but a faithful recreation has been built, I believe it was done by Richard Petty.
The one Richard Crushed and buried
This was one sexy car, Tom McEwen before he was known as the mongoose, many refer to this as the first funny car built.
1966 Yankee Peddler