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CACKLEFEST® PARADE

One of the cool parts of the Cacklefest show is the pre-fire up parade where the fans get to see the cars, drivers and crews up close and personal while getting some verbal history of the cars. This is also a fun deal for the folks participating in the event.

Like the CHRR at Bakersfield in October, this event draws more quality cacklecars each year. Not nearly as many as the CHRR, but a lot of really nice iron. This year was no exception.

First out are the push start cars as they go to the top end of the track. Following them are the static start cars that are positioned on the guardwall in the starting line area. Meet the 2017 NHRR Cacklefest participants.

We present them to you in the order they were presented to the fans. One reason Cacklefest.com is here is to recognize in a small way those who come to this and other events from all over the country. This is where they can see the fruits of their labor.

 

Bob Frey had the honor of introducing the cars and drivers.

 

PUSH START CARS

 

This was the the second outing of Roland Leong's 1967 "Hawaiian". A Don Long car in its early hemi configuration. The restoration was overseen by John Dearmore for owner Frank Heinig. Bob Muravez was in the seat for its NHRR debut.

 

 

 

 

 

David Pace in the John Dearmore fueler.

 

The Hundley & Boggs team had two entries this year, this is their 1969 car. Unlike the 1967 car this sports a full body and wild paint scheme. The car is owned by Richie Boggs who put J. Ed Norton Jr. in the seat.

 

 

 

The second Hundley & Boggs entry which has been a staple of the NHRR for several years is their 1967 car. Also owned by Richie Boggs who put Marty Harrison behind the wheel.

 

 

 

Don Morre in the Hunt Family Farms AA/FD

 

 

 

 

Larry Brown in Jim Burgess's "Pesek & Lucas" AA/FD

 

Original driver Jim Walther was in the "Special Edition" AA/FD owned by Penny Flammia.

 

 

Paul Broughton was in his Richie Broughton "Comanche" AA/FD

 

 

 

Ken Fox in the "Fox & Hulls" AA/FD

 

 

 

NHRR staple the Cox & Amos AA/D Driver: Ronnie Nichols.

 

 

 

Dave Huber's 1960 Dragmaster "Huber's Standard Oil Special" A/GD with Austin Myers doing the honors.

 

 

 

Hoyh Family "Swamp Fox" AA/FD Owner/Driver: David Hoyh

 

 

 

Rice & Williams out of Colorado. Owned by Sue Rice, driven by Danny Rice.

 

 

 

Brian Beattie's Jim & Alison Lee "Great Expectations" AA/FD Driver: Art Marshall

 

 

 

 

STATIC START CARS

 

Funny car legend Dick Harrell was well represented by his Fred Gibb sponsored 1970 car on a ramp truck and his 1968 Camaro in tow. Both cars owned by Bill Porterfield.

 

 

 

The Mafia II AA/FD owned by Edwin Laiche who put Raymond Laiche in the seat.

 

 

"Coleman's Super Ford" owned by original owner/driver Larry Coleman who put his son Nick behind the wheel.

 

Bruce Larson was back with his 1974 USA-1 Corvette funny car.

 

 

Castronovo Bros. Custom Body 1971 Dodge Challenger funny car owned by Ross Howard who also did the fire up.

 

 

NHRR newbie "Hooligan" UFD owned by Calvin Smith with Stephan Smith in the cockpit.

 

 

 

Hilton Family "Locomotion" with Mike Hilton in the seat.

 

 

The Hunt Family Farms Competition Coupe owned by Tom Hunt, driven by Patti Hunt.

 

 

Out of Ontario Canada, the "Alien II" AA/FD of John and Bev Chandler.

 

 

 

 

"Gizzle Hopper" AA/FC Owners: David and Rob Stewart.

 

 

 

Gary Cochran's "Mr. C" rear engine dragster owned by Al & Kathy Nosse with Ryan Davis in the seat.

 

 

 

The Cupit & Cunniham A/FD was back in honor of the late Glen Cupit now owned by Conrad Cupit with Jordan Cupit in the seat.

 

 

Scott Hannum's "Martin & Smith" with Ron Martin in the seat. The car was raced out of Blue Springs MO....Ron Martin & Bob Smith.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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