And now Cec will have all winter to work on "finishing" the car. This
really is a work of art from the inside out. Beautifully fabricated frame,
experience with another good streamliner to draw on for the little things,
body by Jim Burkdoll, and Terry is the slowest one in the family at the
moment. His three boys are all 2Club members as well. Laurel & Hardy
engineering shop has been busy but it looks like the big block Chev will do
it's job ... and there's room for another one in that engine compartment. Go
Terry! He wants the BIG record.
on 11/18/01 8:44 PM, glen barrett at email@example.com wrote:
> Three days of 75 degree weather , no wind and 118 entries. something over
> 300 runs on a rained on and wet course last Tuesday and dry for the week
> end. The top story is the Brand new Terry Nish streamliner gets top speed of
> the meet at 269 mph with son Jeff driving. I don't know up front if it was a
> record. This car is a piece of art. First class all the way. Jason McVicar,
> and Billy Hodges are new members of the dirty two club Could be a couple of
> others as well but need Dan to confirm.
> Several new vehicles and more being built for next season. We had several
> visitors in the timing stand this week end including Steve Pitt down from
> Seattle and the son in law of Skip Higginbotham, Brian. He was impressed
> with all of it and look out Skip he may want to drive. Lots of action and a
> couple of spins and engine fires. Will Hanzel had an oil fire in the BMR
> and burnt a bunch of wiring up. No enough time to make repairs. I'm sure Jim
> D and Dan W. will add their two cents worth.
> See Ya.
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