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Retrospect: Drag Racing History
Jesel Brother's Yoo-Hoo-Too '56
Chevy Sedan Delivery - DRH-13


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63 Chevy 409 Old Reliable HERE.

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Jesel Brothers Yoo-Hoo-Too Chevy Sedan Delivery Wagon (rear-view) - SS-10
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Jesel Brothers Yoo-Hoo-Too Chevy Sedan Delivery Wagon (Front-view)
SS-11

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Judy Lilly Super Stock Hemi Cuda
SS-5 Here's the story...



Dandy Dick Landy's Super Stock Dodge Challenger - SS-6 Here's the story...

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Butch Leal's Super Stock
Plymouth Belvedere SS-7 Here's the story..



Butch leal's Super Stock 1964 Ford
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Golden Commandos Plymouth Barracuda
SS-12 Here's the story...



Roger Lindamood's Color Me Gone
1964 Dodge - SS-13 Here's the story...

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Dave Boertman's Super Stock Firebird
SS-1 Here's the story...



DeFrank & Cohen's 1968 Hemi Barracuda
SS-3 Here's the story...

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Dave Boertman's Super Stock Firebird - Dave Boertman, from Muskegon, Michigan was a Stock Eliminator legend with his “Lead Sled” Chevy station wagon NHRA NAtional Record Holder in the late ‘60s. Dave went on to have a very successful racing career with a series of Mopars sponsored by the Rod Shop. In the mid-’80s Dave’s Nationwise-sponsored Super Stock Firebird was a solid 10.3 second car. - KST


DeFrank & Cohen's Super Stock Hemi Cuda - The famous DeFrank & Cohen SS/AA Hemi Cuda was so dialed in that it wasn't uncommon for that car to bomb the NHRA National Record on any given Sunday. Hemi-powered Mopars dominated the higher Super Stock classes. - KST


Judy Lilly's Super Stock Hemi Cuda - Judy Lilly was a hair dresser by day and a drag racer on the weekends. She started out with a ‘61 Corvette that raced in B/SP class and soon graduated to Hemi-powered Plymouth Belvedere, and later a Hemi ‘Cuda.

With help from her husband Lou Lilly and Dennis Maurer, Judy honed her driving skills to razor-like sharpness. In other words, she was a gun-slinger on the line! Judy raced the Hemi ‘Cuda through the mid-’70s, replacing it with a SS/KA Duster in ‘74. In the early ‘80s Judy briefly raced a Hemi-powered Plymouth Horizon, but wasn’t able to secure a major sponsor.

Judy is best remembered for her awesome Super Stock / A Automatic Hemi ‘Cuda.
- KST


Dick Landy's Super Stock Dodge Challenger - Dick Landy was one of a handful of movers and shakers in the early days of Super Stock, turned to A/FX, turned to Funny Cars, turned to Pro Stock racing. Whatever kind of machine Landy was racing with he was usually winning.

In the early ‘70s as a protest against the ever-changing rules in Pro Stock, Landy broke out of Pro Stock and raced this Super Stock Pepsi Cola Challenger. The cigar-chomping Mopar man was short on words and long on building and driving talent.
- KST


Butch leal's Super Stock Plymouth Belvedere - Thanks to Grumpy Jenkins' '72 tube framed Vega, Pro Stock cars quickly got expensive to build and race as fast as et's were dropping! Many racers simply couldn't compete or felt that the class was rapidly getting away from what it started out to be.

Butch Leal, "The California Flash" had raced an awesome tube chassised Plymouth in '73, then stunned everyone with a super clean 1965 Hemi Belvedere Super Stocker! Butch used his Pro Stock skills and was able to run nearly a half second under the SS/B class record.
- KST


Butch Leal's 1964 Super Stock Ford Thunderbolt - California racer Butch Leal was always a contender and a crowd favorite. He was young and handsome so they called him "The California Flash." Leal would later go on to race a series of A/FX, Super Stock, and Pro Stock cars.

His Thunderbolt was an unusual and interesting machine. Ford had a very aggressive racing program in the 1960s. The Ford Thunderbolt started out as a bread and butter Fairlane and was treated to nearly every performance part that Ford had at the time.

Called "Thunderbolt" after the awesome fighter plane from WWII, the small 427 powered machine was a terror at the drag strip and lived up to its name.
- KST


Jesel Brothers Yoo-Hoo-Too 1956 Chevy Sedan Delivery Wagon - Wayne and Danny Jesel bagged a most unusual sponsor during the very early days of their racing careers. "Yoo-Hoo" is a East Coast regional chocolate drink that was so impressed with the brothers sponsorship presentation for their Tony Massari-built Chevy racer, they gave the team several thousand dollars to help their racing effort. The only thing they had to do in return was hand out ice-cold Yoo-Hoo drinks to the fans at the drags. Sweet DEAL!

The Jesel Brothers went on to build a very successful, high perfornamce and racing valve train parts business in Lakewood, New Jersey. “Jesel Valve Train” decals can be seen on nearly every drag racing door slammer and most NASCAR and BUSH Cup racing cars.
- KST


Golden Commandos Barracuda - The "Golden Commandos" Barracuda used a 273 cubic-inch small-block Mopar engine and was part of a long series of "Commandos" Mopar race cars. - KST


Roger Lindamood's Color Me Gone Dodge - Shortly before battling in the '60s Funny Car Wars, Roger Lindamood's "Color me Gone" '64 Dodge won the '64 Indy Nationals Stock Eliminator with an 11.31 over Jim Thornton's Dodge running a close 11.47!

Lindamood was one of Chysler’s “back door” drag racing guys and was blessed to receive “technical assistance” from the Engineering Department at Chrysler.
- KST


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