The 1965 Yeakel Plymouth Special
originally owned by Lou Baney and driven by Tom McEwen . Here,
co-owner Frank Baney's son Lou Baney drove during the parade
but Paul Rossi was in it for the push start.
Nobody has more fun than the
Yeakel team. Lundberg took the time to shake hands
with Bill Tidwell.
Brian Perrenot was back for another
CHRR in the restored Perrenot Family "The Gizzle Hopper"
Lincoln powered AA/C. Third generation Perrenot (Fred's granddaughter)
Gretchen was in the seat.
The restored Allison
powered car of Art Arfons owned by John Rowley.
Bob Muravez got the seat of Jim
Green's "Assassin" which is the only Ford powered cacklecar
Don Ewald in his original
seat of the Ewald Bros. BankAmericar.
Jerry King in the Cross-Mann-King
-only one of two known Jr. Fuel cacklecars.
The Tony Nancy car now belongs
to John Neas, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. For the Cacklefest he had
2X world champion Benny "The Wizard" Osborn in the
John Ewald in his Mastercar.
Herm Peterson in the
seat of his original 1969 Woody car.
Bobby Hansen was back
with his Wynns Spoiler.
Gingrass & Dearmore
with Alan Webb in the seat.
John Rasmussen got the
seat of the Creitz & Donovan car this year.
Div. 6 standout Frank
Hall was in Jerry Ruth's 1970 car.
Original driver Walt
Stevens in the seat of The Poachers.
Jerry "The King"
Ruth chose to fire his full bodied 1968 car.
The Pesek and Lucas - Hustlers
Car Club AA/FD, owned by Bruce Bartlett of Las Vegas, Nevada.
It's an original SPE / Roy Fjastad car that had been stashed
away for over 37 years.
The irrepressible "TV Tommy"
Ivo in Ron Johnson's recreation of the Ivo Barnstormer.
Hank Johnson in the 1971
Johnson & Daily restored by Bucky Austin.
The ageless Gary "Red"
Greth in his 1958 Speed Sport "Ol Noisy".
Dave West in his Beebe
& Mulligan car. Recreation by Pat Foster.
For the 10th straight year Carl
Olson was in the seat of Mike Kuhl's car which is one of the
9 original Cacklefest cars from 2000.
Jeep Hampshire in his original
ride - the car that is credited with starting the Cacklefest
phenomenon, Bill Pitts' Magicar.
Engine builder Rick McDonald
was in the seat of Ron Johnson's ChiZler V recreation.
Another of the original 9 is
the Anderson Family "Vagabond" with Jessica Anderson
at the controls.
Yet another of the first 9 is
the Howard Cams Rattler and 1981 Indy Top Fuel Champion Johnny
Abbott had the 2010 seat.
Swamp Rat 3 is the only Garlits
car that is ever displayed that is not now owned by Garlits himself.
Don recreated this car for his long-time friend, Sonny Messner
from Acton, CA.
The last car in the 2010
parade was that of Grand Marshall Tom Hanna.
The parade was ended with a tribute
to the Masters Dragliner and Mickey Thompson.