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From Automotive Artist K. Scott Teeters
11" x 17" Parchment Paper Prints.
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As seen in High Performance Pontiac Magazine
11x17 Parchment Paper Print
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Into Funny Cars??? (obviously)
Kenny Bernstein Tempo Budweiser King - Kenny Bernstein has been a top gun funny car racer for over 30 years! His association with Budweiser began in 1980 and is still going strong today. On March 20, 1992 Kenny became the first NHRA funny car driver to top 300 mph with a 301.70 mph blast during qualifying for the NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville, Florida. . - KST
Chi-Town Hustler 1969 Dodge Charger - Racers have been looking for an advantage from the time of chariot races. Before drag racing slicks were made from sticky compounds, the only way to make the rubber gooey was to spin and smoke the tires. The "burnout" quickly became part of the show.
Chi-Town Hustler 1971 Dodge Challenger - The Chi-Town Hustler team finally retired their famous '69 Charger funny car and replaced the body with a smaller and narrower '71 Dodge Challenger. Compared to today's funny cars, the '71 Challenger body looks amazingly stock.
Chi-Town Hustler 1973 Dodge Charger - The Chi-Town Hustler was now part of the Revell Models team of drag racing sponsored race cars. For about $5.00 you could build a wonderfully detailed replica of the Chi-Town Hustler that had amazing details. The body hinged off the back of the chassis like the real car and the tube frame and suspension were loaded with accurate details. The engine came with spark plug wiring and fuel line hoses. And the kit included beautiful decals for the sides and hood. Model builders had been struggling for years to build realistic, tube chassis funny cars, now, Revell made it easy! - KST
Bruce Larson 1971 Camaro - Bruce Larson, Jim Liberman, Bill Jenkins, and Dave Strickler could be called the Four Horseman from Eastern Pennsylvania. Larson started out with Stock and Super Stock Chevys in the early ‘60 and quickly joined the ranks of the emerging A/FX (funny car) class. Bruce raced Chevys through the complete transformation from Super Stocker - A/FXer, to Funny Car, and later flip-top Funny Car. All along the way, Larson’s Chevy had the “USA-1” brand on the sides.
Bruce Larson 1985 Corvette - Bruce Larson was still in the game. A few years after Bruce raced this '85 Corvette funny car he scooped up the 1989 NHRA Funny Car Championship with his Sentury Insurance sponsored Oldsmobile car. - KST
Jungle Jim Liberman 1967 Chevy Nova - Chevy funny car fans never had a bigger hero than Jungle Jim. His brash, thrash & bash, and 1/4 mile long smokey burnouts were absolutely stunning.
Jungle Jim Liberman 1970 Camaro - Chevy funny car fans never had a bigger hero than Jungle Jim. His brash, thrash, and bash style and 1/4 mile long smokey burnouts were absolutely stunning. Jim's untimely death has made him all the more heroic and hugely missed. - KST
Jungle Jim Liberman 1973 Vega - Chevy funny car fans never had a bigger hero than Jungle Jim. His brash, thrash, and bash style and 1/4 mile long smokey burnouts were absolutely stunning. To stay competitive, JJ switched over the a Hemi engine, but by then, nearly everyone was using Hemi-power. But the Chevy fans couldn't have cared less, Jungle Jim was their hero.
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