On the first Wednesday of every
month the NHRA Wally Parks Motorsports Museum holds a cruise
night in the main parking lot. On July 6th some cacklecars were
thrown into the mix. Here are a few shots from the event plus
a couple of cool videos by Bill PItts at the bottom including
one of all the cars and the debut of the restored McEwen Tirend
Then: NHRA Safety Safari
Now: NHRA Safety Safari rig (wagon
and trailer) have been restored and are now housed at the museum.
Doug Robertson's Horsepower
This was also the debut of the
McEwen Tirend car restored by Steve Davis. Then Fred HayHurst
recreated Tom Hanna body. Mike Kuhl did the engine. The co owners
are Tommy Allen and Mike Kuhl. After this the car was disassembled
and the body panels went in for painting.
Tommy Allen's Woody Trick
No mistaking the Warren-Coburn-Miller
The Yeakel gang are regulars
at So Cal events,
Jay Carpenter's new Woody
Terry Maestrejuan doesn't come
out as much as others but his sharp Thunder Chief is a great
addition to any show.
Rod Hynes brought out
Another show staple is
the Dean Engineering car of the McCloud Bros.
The Godfather of cacklecars,
Bill Pitts' Magicar.
The lone altered belonged
to Tocco Harper Garten
For Bobby Hansen the
trip to the museum is only a few minutes.
No clue why Mousie is
wrapped up and ready to ship.
Mike Kuhl's fully restored
truck and Mr. Ed trailer just shout classic.