All the fuelers were lined up
side-by-side in a prominant spot outside the main building.
Nice shot of the Barnstormer.
Speaking of the Barnstromer,
owner Ron Johnson had it and his ChiZler V ready for action.
The only non-dragster
was the AA/FA of the Burkholder Bros.
Bobby Hanson was on hand
with his Winns Spoiler.
The McCloud Bros. Dean Engineering
Special is becoming one of the cacklel car staples.
The Ewell-Bell-Stricker car doesn't
come out much but it is always a welcome addion to any show.
Making its debut was Jay Carpenters
Woody copy. He built it over the Winter, Fred Hayhurst did the
chassis and first body, Tom Jobe didn't like the cowl so he built
a true "Woody" cowl for it a couple of months ago.
It is not going to represent any old car, it's just a representative
of a generic Woody. In a sense an RCE tribute car.
John Ewald was there with the
most traveled pair of cacklecars- the Ewald Bros. BankAmericar
and his Mastercar.
For safety and liability concerns
Connie Braun made sure all the
paperwork was done and the car ownes, like Tommy Allen, knew
Down from Auburn, Ca. was another
car that's seen sparingly is Tom Chastang's "Iron Horse".
First of Two Fire-up Sessions
First to lite was Bob Hirsch's
tribute reproduction of the Marvin Schwartz "Anaconda".
Dominic Cardoza got the
first event fire-up in Carpenters new car.
Tommy "The Watchdog"
Allen took the seat in his Woody Trick car.
Long time drag racer
Bill Schillings got to smell the nirto in the Winns Spoiler.
Ron Johnson setting the
barrel valve of the ChiZler with Ray Lake in the seat.
had ??? in the seat.
Reaching the end of the row Mario
Garcia oversees the BankAmericar with ???? in the seat.
The last car was Ewald's
Mastercar with ??? in the seat.
Between sessions the
lane again turned into a car show.
Danly got the BankAmercar loaded up for round two.
John Ewald held his pre-cackle
show for the crowd.
Bill Schilling was back
in Hansen's car.
Carpenters old partner
Mike Clancy was in his new car.
In the seat was Robert Reel the
cousin and partner on the restored Burkholder Bros AA/FA. cackle
car Robert Reel. Robert.
For its second fire up Johnson's
Barnstormer had Richard "Jesus" Vasquez in
the seat. Richard is part of Johnsons normal crew at these events.
The last fire up was
close to dinner so Garcia whipped out the hot dogs
We'll close with some random