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Ex-Briggs Chevrolet LS-6 ragtop.





Wally's Super Stock/H Camaro was later transformed into a Pro Stock Camaro, then modified into a 1969 Camaro at the end of the 1970 season due to NHRA's 3-year rule in Pro Stock at that time.

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Guy Napolitano, great guy. His Camaro's paint scheme reminds one of Richie Zul's Pro Stock Camaro.

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Bo Laws' D/Sports Production Corvette. It competed in Street Eliminator (later re-named Modified Eliminator). If I remember correctly, it was powered by a 390 hp, Tri Power 427 big-block engine.

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E/Sports Production 1969 Corvette this time.

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Thanks for posting all the great pics! This one has something you don't see everyday. Keystone wheels. They were huge in the 80s, but I never see them now. It seems like you'd see them as much as Cragar SS wheels. I always like the look of the Keystones over Cragars.
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Pete Love the pics. Hope you don't stop posting them.
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Thanks for posting all the great pics! This one has something you don't see everyday. Keystone wheels. They were huge in the 80s, but I never see them now. It seems like you'd see them as much as Cragar SS wheels. I always like the look of the Keystones over Cragars.
You're welcome. They were also "huge" on Mopars in the late-1960s/early-1970s made popular by the winning Plymouths of Sox & Martin. At least that's how I interpret it.

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Thanks. As long as there's an audience I have plenty more material to post. A lot more.

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