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thanks Mike!! Nice pic, I'll be back to you on getting some shots from you. It was great to see you and Dan (Stokerboats) out there, always cool to see some TC members.

Yeah Dan the track was hooking pretty good. That pass was a 1.39 60', 6.45 @ 105.85....I changed to a stiffer setting on the ARB and I think it liked that..

John, everyone tells me I'm crazy to be doing this at my age...I think they're right....:D

thanks for the comments guys...I appreciate it....;)
 

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And some say Irwindale doesn't hook.
It didn't work well for me last night--spun, only had 1.45 60ft. ran 6.56/104. I either need to throw another crank in the trunk, or break down and replace my 5+year old tires! Ran 6.44 with some extra engine parts for ballast.
 

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John, everyone tells me I'm crazy to be doing this at my age...I think they're right....:D
There are age limitations?? :confused:
The heck with that!!! LOL I don't mind growing old but I refuse to grow up!!! LOL
 

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Beautiful car and very impressive.
(And some say squishy cams don't make good power.):thumbsup:
 

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John, everyone tells me I'm crazy to be doing this at my age...I think they're right....:D

thanks for the comments guys...I appreciate it....;)[/QUOTE]

Great pics, that's what keeps us old farts young.:beers:
 

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Very nice picture. But the oil pan needs detailing clay bar and waxing should buff up nicely
Bob you would have to point that out in front of everybody, I'll see what I can do..;)

thanks guys, I agree, Mike took a great picture. That track is up close and personal and the picture sure conveys that, one my favorate pic's too.

Jim, maybe you should do an article on Medicare meets drag racing!!..:D
 
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