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#"Bee on Video" Race/Car Show Videos

Bee on Video features the best in specialty events and nostalgia drags!We are proud to offer the extensive collection of nostalgia drag racing and car show videos produced by Jim Amos and Bee on Video -- The Home of Total Performance Videos! Bee on Video has been producing videos since 1985 and they are committed to bringing you the best in coverage of specialty car shows and nostalgia drag racing. With literally dozens of Bee on Video titles available, there is something for everyone! 

All selections are available on DVD or VHS. Use the "Format" field to select VHS.

 

The Following Titles Are Original Movie Footage Productions  

 

 

Forty Fort Airport Drags, Forty Fort, PA 1957 #001
I started out doing this video for myself as this was the first drag race I ever attended but after showing it to several people their reaction caused me to think others might enjoy it also. I was very lucky to happen on to some old photos and movies that captured the action at the first ever drag race in my home area back in November of 1957. As a back drop for the video I did some on site shots to show what the place looks like today. The cars may not be all that famous (although there are a few famous cars in here) but this is a real piece of grass roots drag racing history. The film spans several years and also includes some footage of another traditional racing event in northeastern Pennsylvania the Giant’s Despair hill climb. I am told this is the oldest hill climb still running in America and one of the competitors back in 1960 was none other than Roger Penske. If you enjoy looking at history in the making check this old timer out. This video runs approximately 42 minutes.

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The S/S & FX Era 1963-1967 #002
This 80-minute video contains original movie footage of S/S & F/X racers during the era. I have taken the time to dub in actual car sounds to match the visual action. The video is fully narrated. My video should not be confused with others that play music in the background and leave you asking, who or what was that? See dyno dons 64 A/FX Comet wagon, 64 A/FX Comet, sox & martin 64 A/FX Comet, 65 AWB ply, 65 S/S ply, 66 hemi Cuda, 67 S/S ply, jack Chrisman 64 fuel Comet, 65 fuel Comet, 66 flip top Comet roadster, 67 GT SOHC Comet, plus Richard Petty, Tom Sturm, Dick Harrell, Dick Brannan, Little Red Wagon, Fast Eddie Schartman, the Gay Bros., Tom Grove, Dick Landy, Grumpy Jenkins, Malcolm Durham, Ohio George Montgomery, Tasca Ford, the Ramchargers, Brutus, Color Me Gone, Dave Strickler, Billy West, Bud Faubel, Bill Shrewsbury, Butch Leal, Hubert Platt, Doug Nash, plus many others. I hope you get the idea that just about every big name in S/S & FX racing is included. See the first NHRA Springnationals at Bristol in 1965. Also, the second running at Bristol in ‘66 with the new stretched funny cars. The final event is the ‘67 S/S Nationals at Cecil County, MD. Special interviews with Ronnie Sox, Buddy Martin, Dyno Don, and Jake King are also included. Also, meet Lee Malkemes as he explains how he crashed his T-Bolt in ‘65. Original film footage compares his recollection to the actual event. It’s a story you won’t want to miss. If you never buy another video, buy this one. It is great. I guarantee it!

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1970 Super Stock Magazine Nationals, York US 30 Dragway, York, PA #003
This is, without a doubt, the most complete race coverage of any event held prior to the advent of TV and video productions. This two-hour video takes a look back at the history of York US 30 Dragway and the Super Stock Nationals. The video begins with a look at 1950s style racing at York and then moves on to the most successful independent one-day drag race of all time, the 1965 Super Stock Nationals. You'll see Landy, Tasca Ford, Mr. Norm, Slaton Shaker, Sox & Martin, Arnie Beswick, plus more. Wally Bell drove the Sox & Martin ‘64 A/FX comet at the race and he recalls the experience in an exclusive interview. A quick overview of the ‘66, ’67, and ‘68 Super Stock Nationals is also included. In 1969, Bruce “USA-1" Larson was the big winner of the Super Stock Nationals and you'll meet him in an up-close and personal interview. The former funny car world champion recounts his final round run with the late Dickie Harrell while you watch the live action. You have to see some of the toys Bruce has in his garage.

And that brings us up to the 1970 S/S Nats. You'll see Super Stockers, Pro Stockers, and Funny Cars. Saturday’s coverage includes the qualifying round in funny car and the first round of Pro Stock. Sunday’s coverage includes round by round action in Funny Car and Pro Stock. The video concludes with the final round in all three of the eliminator categories. There is no music on this video, only the sound of thunder made by these historic cars. Twenty-two Funny Cars were at the meet and you'll see them all, including Brutus, Warlord, Candies & Hughes, Hawaiian, Paula Murphy, Bob Banning Dodge, Bill Flynn, Tom Grove, Virginian, Castronovo Bros., Bruce Larson, and many more. Pro stockers include Dyno Don, Sox & Martin, Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins, Wally Booth, Dave Strickler, Larry Griffith, Dave Lyall, Gene Turnage, Ed Miller, Mike Fons, Fast Eddie Schartman, Dick Landy, and many more. Super Stockers include Jack Werst, Ken Montgomery, the Mancini Bros., the Fink Bros., the S&K AMX, Ross Gilbert, Sox & Martin’s Super Bird, Barrie Poole, Sandy Elliott, Mousie Brown, and many more.

Extensive research went into the making of this video and you will be guided by full narration explaining winners, losers, ETs, and many tidbits of information. Did you ever wonder where the Dandy in Dick Landy’s name came from or why you always saw him with a cigar? Dick tells us the answers during a short interview with the former Mopar great. Another exclusive in this video is the use of three different cameras including a top end camera showing us the winners and losers at the finish line. I honestly feel this is the best nostalgia video of all time. I’m sure you will not be disappointed.

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Springnationals 1965-1968 #004
This 110 minute video looks back at the first four NHRA Springnationals events which were held at Bristol, TN, and Englishtown, NJ. Top Fuel, Top Gas, Funny Car, Super Stock, and other eliminators are included in this highly detailed video. Hours of research went into the script and the result is a totally narrated video full of historic and factual information. We also have taken the time to dub car sounds onto the video in order to match the visual experience. For those of you who wanted to see more Top Fuel racing, this video has it. Round by round coverage is included. Interviews with event participants: Jack “Mr. 5 & 50" Werst, Ronnie Sox, Ron Mancini, and Hubert Platt are included also. If you liked our S/S & FX ‘63 – ‘67 and ‘70 S/S Nationals videos, you will undoubtedly enjoy this one.

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Sunday, Sunday at Pocono Drag Lodge Volume 1 #005
Located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Pocono Drag Lodge (PDL) hosted drag racing from 1963 through 1971. An interview with original track owner Joe Perugino brings out the story of how and why the track was built. The story begins with Joe telling of how his relationship with the Northeast Timing Association and the staging of drags at the FortyFortAirportled to the idea of building PDL. The video then moves to the various eras at the track beginning with the first race and then progressing through the dragster era and finally the Southern Super Stock era. During this 1963 to 1966 time frame various touring professionals came to PDL and you'll see Red Lang's AA/FD, The Casseday & Winward Brief Encounter Fuel Dragster, Joe Nocentino AA/FD, TV Tommy Ivo AA/FD, Butch Leal (Ford T-Bolt and '65 AWB Plymouth), Malcolm Durham (64 A/FX Chevelle), Richard Petty (43 Jr. Cuda), Jake King (64 T-Bolt) and Good Ol Mr. Wilson's Z-11 '63 Chev among others.

Local racers including: Joe Amato, Tim Richards, Lee Malkemes, Wally Bell, Dizzy Dominick, Jack Schaffer, George Whalen and Ted Fanucci are also featured. How about these car names: Kay's Pizza, The Miracle Mart Special, Malfunction, M & W Gulf, The Timberman, Al Johns Pontiac, Glenwood Ford, Walt's Motors, A & A Speed Shop and the Honesdale Honker. Selected interviews are intermixed with original movie footage of this golden era of drag racing. Racing footage from other drag strips of the day is also included in the video. You will see a southern style match race with Dyno Don's 64 A/FX Comet, Ed Schwartman's A/FX Comet Wagon, The Virginian Plymouth, A.D. North 64 A/FX Comet, Bob Balderson Ford T-Bolt, Smoker Smith Plymouth, Dan Smoker's Big Red, Hubert Platt's '63 Z-11 Chevy and the Little Georgia Shaker Thunderbolt; Huston Platt's 65 A/FX Dixie Twister Chevelle; and Arnie Beswick’s blown GTO among others.

And just like all our videos we have taken the time to dub real car sounds on to the racing movie footage so it will look and sound just like it was. This video runs a full two hours and is part one of a two part series. If you are a fan of the S/S - FX era or just a historian of drag racing this video is a must. Order now, you will not be disappointed.

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Lions Associated Drag Strip Volume 1 #006
BEE ON VIDEO is proud to announce the release of volume #1 of a two volume series focusing on the famous Lions Drag Strip located in Long Beach, Ca. The track operated from 1955 until its LAST DRAG RACE on December 2, 1972. During that time it became know as one of the most popular tracks in all of California and, for that matter, the entire Nation. Hear the story of how the strip was founded and follow its progress through the work of its three operational managers: Mickey Thompson, C.J. "Pappy" Hart and Steve Evans. The video includes some very early black and white movie footage at the Beach as well as selective photos that help to outline the tracks early history. See "TV" Tommy Ivo and Jack Chrisman make some runs down the Lions quarter mile in their hot running dragsters.

During the 1960's LADS began to host some of the hot running Super Stock, Factory Experimental and early Funny Cars. Interviews with Hubert Platt, Hayden Proffitt, Dick Landy, Butch Leal, Doug Thorley and Phil Bonner explain how the door slammers began to challenge the popularity of the dragsters on the West Coast. Movie footage of racing at other California tracks (Fremont, Half Moon Bay, Pomona and Carlsbad) is also included as well as a trip to the 1967 US Nationals where Doug Thorley won the Funny Car Championship.

The Carlsbad footage includes an unbelievable match race between the Doug's Headers Corvair and Dyno Don's Eliminator II Comet. The production also contains a movie segment dedicated to Stocker Day (Sunday) at Lions. Who knows perhaps your car is included if you raced at Lions back in November of 1967. Even if it isn't I am sure you will enjoy seeing all the great cars that came out for a beautiful day of racing. Special interviews with Jim Deist and C.J. Hart are also included. The video runs two hours and is packed full of entertainment and historical information. As is the case with all our productions we have taken the time to dub real car sounds on to the movie footage so you will get both the sights and sounds of the past.

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York US 30 Dragway: A Blast From the Past #007
Our next event is a special Funny Car Match Race that was held in April of 1970 and you'll see: Bruce Larson, Arnie Beswick, Malcolm Durham, Charlie Allen, and Marv Eldridge, among others. Naturally, I have dubbed real car sounds on the footage so you really get the feel of the race. We also have some footage from a 1970 WCS points meet at the track and you see a variety of cars in all categories. Once again, we visit the 1970 Super Stock Magazine Super Stock Nationals with some new footage of the race. There are several cars in this segment that I had not seen before. Great stuff!

Our final segment in the production is a visit to the 1970 NHRA Summer Nationals at York. This was the very first NHRA Summer Nationals meet and over 45,000 spectators turned out to see this fantastic group of cars. You will see cars in Top Fuel, Top Gas, Pro Stock, Funny Car, Competition Eliminator, Modified Eliminator, Super Stock, and Stock Eliminator. We show you the complete first round in Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Stock. This segment runs about forty five minutes and is jam packed with color and excitement. The Top Fuel Championship was won by "Sneaky" Pete Robinson and his SOHC Ford powered rail. This would turn out to be Pete's last championship as he was killed in a racing accident at the 1971 Winter Nationals at Pomona, California. I can't begin to list all the cars that you will see in this production but I bet it is well over a thousand. I have also taken the time to research the events that are pictured and I try to report them as accurately as possible. This video runs for one hour and fifty two minutes. If you have enjoyed our other movie productions, I am sure you will enjoy this one also. Order your copy now! 

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Sunday, Sunday at Pocono Drag Lodge Volume 2 #008
This two-hour video picks up where the story ended in Volume #1. The first segment closes out the Super Stock and Factory Experimental era and includes footage of Jack Werst, Bob Harrop, Wally Bell and George Whalen. George was a regular at PDL and he purchased the former Dave Strickler '64 Hemi Dodge and changes it into "The Rebel." Hear the complete story of the car from George himself.

The next segment deals with the Gas Supercharged era. See Stone, Woods & Cook, K S Pittman, Charlie Hill and Bob Chipper. Other gassers running at Pocono are also included.

The next segment deals with the early funny cars at PDL. See Ken Poffenberger's Super Corvair, Brutus Firebird, Mel Perry's Super Hugger, Wallace Knott's Super Cougar, Jungle Jim Nova, Paula Murphy, Jim Maybeck's "Patriot" (old Bruce Larson '66 Chevelle), The Shark Corvette, Al Graeber Tickle Me Pink Charger, Tommy Grove, LimeFire Cuda, and George Whalen's Rebel Cuda. Once again George tells how he purchased the former Bill Flynn Yankee Peddler Funny Car and changes it into the Rebel. We also have a story about a local team that purchased the former "Flying Dutchman" Funny Dart and turned it into the "Wild Man." The footage of these cars is priceless.

We have also included footage of people who were regular racers at PDL and a few of them went on to gain celebrity status. See Joe Amato (5 time Top Fuel World Champion) driving his early gasser cars. Renowned engine builder John Gulius also started his racing career at Pocono and we talk to him about his S/S Camaro. Wally Bell S/S and Pro Mod pioneer was a racer and the track manager during the 1960's. We also did an interview with Tim Richards (Crew Chief on the Budweiser Top Fuel Dragster) and he talks about how he cut his teeth at PDL as a driver of a S/S Plymouth.

We also did an interview with Chester Kilmer, Jr. "The Timberman" and you will hear and see him purchasing Arlen Vanke's original Tin Indian I '62 lightweight 421 Pontiac. Chester brings the car to Pocono Drag Lodge and sets a national record with it. Very rare footage of the car.

Also included are a short segment on wheelstanders at PDL and a very entertaining segment on the Auto Destruction Derby. You have to see them crashing the cars right on the drag strip.

Selected interviews are intermixed with original movie footage of this golden era of drag racing. And just like all our videos we have taken the time to dub real car sounds on to the racing movie footage so it will look and sound just like it was. This video runs a full two hours and is part two of a two part series. If you are a fan of the early days of drag racing this video is an absolute must. Order now, you will not be disappointed.

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York US 30 Super/Sixties #009
This seventy-minute original movie production includes rare footage of 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, and 1969 drag racing at York US 30 Drag Strip. The footage contains shots of Local, Regional and National level competitors. In the 1965 segment, two Super Stock and Factory Experimental races are profiled. The first one took place on May 15, 1965 when the "Super Stockers in Action" Magazine hosted an S/S & FX show at York. Over fifty-two cars entered the race and you will see most all of them. Here are a few of the big names: Dave Strickler, Ronnie Sox, Bill Jenkins, Jack Werst, Phil Bonner, Bud Faubel, Matt Fenton, and Wild Bill Flynn

Next is the "1965 Super Stock Magazine Nationals." We recently discovered some never before seen footage of the event and we intermixed it into some of our library footage. The result is a very complete look at the event from three trackside locations including some top end shots that will really get you excited. The segment shows fifty-two different cars making one or more runs at the event. In addition to the people named above you will see: Fast Eddie Schartman, Wally Bell, Dick Landy, Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge, The Golden Commandos, Bob Harrop, Butch Leal, Al Joniec, Moyer Mercury Comet, Bob Ford, Tasca Ford, Ken Poffenberger, Arnie Beswick, Melrose Missile, Dick Brannan, George Weiler, Hurst Hemi Under Glass wheel stander and many more. 

The 1966 segment includes Bill Jenkins A/S Chev II, Jerry Stahl, Bruce Larson, Huston Platt, Shirt Greer, and Jack Chrisman. The 1968 segment includes Bob Banning Dodge, Big Red Plymouth, Pee Wee Wallace, Dave Strickler S/S Camaro, Bill Stiles, Arlen Vanke and many more. I should also mention that there are a ton of Gassers, Modified Production and Altered cars mixed in also. Some of the names include The Moose, Virgil Cates, Charlie Hill, Jack Merkel, Ed Hildebrandt, Ross Gilbert, Bill Coon, Eastern Automotive, Harry Luzader, Coney Island Ralph Landolfi, The Flyin Butcher and many more. I have also included interviews with Bud Faubel, Mr. Norm, and the late Bill Flynn. As always, we have taken the time to dub real car sounds on to the movie footage in order to give you the most realistic sights and sounds available of the golden era of drag racing. You will not be disappointed. Order your copy today.

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The Following Titles Are Specialty and Nostalgia Event Productions 

 

 

Fordfe.Com Nationals 2005 #148
This one-hour video looks at the activities found at the annual FORD FE Nationals. On the show car field we had several rare FE powered vehicles in attendance including Bill Dismuke's 63 ½ Lightweight Ford Galaxie, Rusty Gillis' '69 Cobra Jet Mustang Super Stocker, Bill Honnell's original '64 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt, Bill Honnell's Boss 429 powered Mercury Cyclone and many more. We also captured a lot of the drag racing action and you see a variety of cars: Dragsters, Altereds, Gassers, Super Stockers and Stockers.  

We did a profile story featuring the Big Chief ’34 Ford Gasser out of Andalusia, Alabama and the Big Iron '51 Chev Gasser. The Texas Outsiders Nostalgia Super Stock Association staged a race within the race and we take you through the eliminations rounds right down to the final run. They put on a great show with a combination of Ford and Chrysler Super Stock racers. Don't let the FORD name on this event fool you there are cars of all makes and classifications in this video. This video is available in VHS or DVD. Order your copy today.

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York US 30 Musclecar Madness 2005 #147
The fourth annual York US 30 Muscle Car Reunion was held in July 2005 and now you can experience what it was like to be there with this 2-hour production that covers all the activities.

This year's show brought together a fantastic group of famous race cars and a host of notable drag racing celebrities. Here is a partial list of the cars you will see: Bill Jenkins 1970 ½ Pro Stock Camaro, the Flintstone Flyer Packard Gasser, the Flintstone Flyer Lark Gasser, ten (10) different Sox & Martin cars, the Royal Pontiac S/S, the Jungle Jim Vega Funny Car, the Jungle Jim Vega Pro Stock Wagon, Dick Landy’s P/S Dart, the Casseday and Winward Brief Encounter FE/D, Bob Glidden's P/S Fairmont, the West Virginia Hillbilly Hemi Cuda, the Carpinet Bros SS/AA Hemi Cuda, Bill Stiles’ SS/BA Hemi Cuda, the Mallicoat Bros '68 Cuda Funny Car, and many, many more.

2005 marked the 50th anniversary for the '55 Chev and we had several at the show, including Gene Moody's Gasser and the '55 that appeared in the movie Two Lane Blacktop. We did interviews with both owners and there is some interesting information included.

2005 also marked the 40th Anniversary of the 1965 S/S Nat's at York and we had three of the cars that competed at the event: Bud Faubel S/S Dodge, Jack Werst’s 5 & 50Plymouth, and Ken Montgomery's 555 S/S Plymouth.

The Super Car Workshop of Latrobe, PA, brought out a great selection of Yenko and Harrell super cars and we did an overview of the more noteworthy.

The video also includes interviews with Bill Jenkins, Ronnie Sox, the Mallicoat Twins, Cool Ritchie Travers (Wheelstander driver), Tom Raley (Top Fuel, Funny Car driver), Joe Jacono, Sam Auxier Jr., and Dave & Susie Koffel.

I also interviewed Bill Holz (owner, York US 30) and Chub Lorah (Track Manager, York US 30) about the history of the track and some inside details about the 1965 Super Stock Nationals. Very interesting!

Over 600 cars showed up for the outside cruise-in and I did a tour around the show area and found several interesting people and stories. Good stuff!

I also traveled to Beaver Springs Dragway where many of the cars from the Reunion hit the track for some good old-fashioned drag racing at the second annual York US 30 Nostalgia Drags. I have included twenty minutes of coverage and it is all non-stop action. The highlight was a match race between Joe Jacono in his Rollin’ Stoned Funny Cuda and Bruce Larson's USA 1 Funny Camaro. What a show!

I also used some flashback movie footage from the Bee On Video movie vault to link the present with the past. If you enjoyed the other York Productions, you will most certainly enjoy the 2005 edition. Get your copy in VHS or DVD NOW!

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Thunderbolt 40th Anniversary Reunion 2004 #146
The year 2004 marked the 40th Anniversary of the legendary Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt and the All Ford Nationals at Carlisle hosted a gala celebration to honor the occasion. Assembled for the event were 25 original T-Bolts and many of the drivers who guided them to victory back in 1964. The very first T-Bolt was fabricated at Dearborn Steel Tube (DST) in 1963 and went to Ford employee Dick Brannan. Both Dick and the car were at the show and we talked to Dick about the events surrounding the development of the T-Bolt project. We also talked to Bill Holbrook of the Ford Experimental Garage and "Hammer" Mason of DST about the T-Bolt program and they had some great stories to tell.

The 2nd Thunderbolt (Bob Ford) was also at the show and we talked to its current owner Dennis Kolodziej about its impressive racing heritage. Little known secrets about the car are finally revealed after 40 years. The #7 T-Bolt was delivered to Mickey Thompson who immediately turned driving duties over to 19-year-old Californian Butch Leal. Butch was also at the show and we had a chance to talk to him about his Thunderbolt and his impressive S/S Class Championship win at the 1964 U.S. Nationals. The #8 T-Bolt went to Tasca Ford out of East Providence, RI and driver Bill Lawton took it to many wins during the 1964 season. Unfortunately, Bill passed away a few years ago but in the BOV archives I had an interview I did with him back in 1996 and he relates his remembrances of the car. Great stuff! The Tasca T-Bolt was also at the show and it looks better than new.

On Friday night, everyone went to South Mountain Dragway for an all Ford drag race and a special best-of-three match race between the Norristown Ford T-Bolt and the California T-Bolt of Phil Featherston. This was billed as an East Coast vs. West Coast race with each claiming to be the quickest T-Bolt in the country. We captured all the action and it is part of our event coverage. Also making a couple passes was the 65 A/FX "Wild Child" Ford Falcon. Its original driver took it down the track for the first time since 1967. The Cammer powered Falcon bounced and jumped all the way down the eighth mile and I loved it.

Back at the Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday, we continued to profile the group of T-Bolts and found many interesting stories. Jim Gonia had the "Shaker" T-Bolt there and is looking for some information regarding its first owner. Hubert Platt was there and we talked to him about his "Little Georgia Shaker" T-Bolt. Rich LaMont told us how the factory tried to talk him into an automatic T-Bolt back in 1964 but he held out for the four-speed that still transfers power to the rear end in his original Norristown Ford T-Bolt. One of my favorite interviews came from Al Joniec who piloted the Al Swenson Ford T-Bolt back in the day. He told an interesting story about his meeting up with Butch Leal at the '64 US Nationals. Another story about that race was provided by Mike Gray who was at the show along with his original Reynolds Ford T-Bolt out of Syracuse, NY. It was really great to hear these stories from the guys who made history with the T-Bolts. Another famous T-Bolt at the show formerly belonged to Emmit "Snake" Austin out of Alabama. Snake made several major changes to the car during its career and today it is restored to its original condition.

Back in 1989, I had a chance to purchase the former King Ford T-Bolt but sadly, I report that I passed on the deal. I did however take some video footage of it at that time and compare it to what it looked like at the show when it was reunited with its former driver Bud Shellenberger. I also had a chance to purchase the former Turner Ford T-Bolt out of Kansas back in 1988 but once again, I passed. I also compare 1988 footage with the way Phil Featherston's car looks today.

I am sure most people have heard of the Hot Rod Reunion "Cacklefest" well they did it one better at Carlisle when several T-Bolts were started inside one of the fairgrounds buildings. This "Thunderfest" rocked the rafters to the delight of the spectators. I am sure you will enjoy this part of the video as well.

Sam Auxier, Jr was at the show and we talked to him about his race program back in 1964. As it turns out, Sam ran an A/FX Comet rather than a T-Bolt. Through the years I have noticed a great deal of similarity between the T-Bolts and the Comets so I included an interview I did with the late Vern Tinsler back in 1994 where he told me why that is the case. Vern was the project engineer on the T-Bolt program. We also had the original McCoy Mercury A/FX Comet at the show and it looked great.

Another celebrity making an appearance at the show was former NASCAR World Champion and Daytona 500 winner Bennie Parsons. Actually, Bennie has a direct link to the T-Bolt program and you will learn what that was in his interview. Great stuff!

The first white T-Bolt was at the show thanks to Californian Rick Hamilton. He told me how the #12 car was delivered and raced out of Jerry Alderman Ford in Indiana. Bill Dismuke had his former Cook Motor Sales T-Bolt (#99) at the show and you learn how Bill owned the car not once but two times over the years. Thunderbolt historian Craig Sutton was at the show with the former Delta Ford T-Bolt and he told us how he got the car ready for the show after its owner passed away in 1997. He even made a pass down the track on Friday night. Canadian drag racer Barrie Poole was at the show and he told us about the T-Bolt he ran in NHRA Super Stock competition in the early 1980's. "Fast" Fred Henderson also told me about his "Shazam" T-Bolt out of the Philadelphia area.

I also had a chance to talk to several people from the Thunderbolt Owners Association (Dennis Kolodziej, Larry Short, and Larry Davis) and they brought us up to speed with their work in preserving the history of the T-Bolt.

And, oh yes, I have included some original movie footage from the BOV vault that takes you back to 1964 when these cars were dominating Super Stock and match race action throughout the Nation. I am sure you will enjoy this part of the production.

Have I said enough yet to convince you that this two-hour video is an absolute must for all Ford enthusiasts. I hope so. This is bound to be a collectors edition video loaded with entertainment and historical information. Order your copy soon.

I believe our productions are the best value on the market. We intentionally keep the cost of our productions low so they can be enjoyed by everyone. You can help to keep the videos coming by telling a friend how to order their own copy. Thanks for your support.

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York US 30 Musclecar Madness 2004 #145
This year's show brought together a fantastic group of famous racecars and a host of notable drag racing celebrities. Here is a partial list of the cars you will see: Jungle Jim's Vega Pro Stock Wagon, the Mr. 5 & 50 Hemi Plymouth, the Mr. Tomato AWB ‘65 A/FX Dodge, the Collingwood Motors '62 SD Pontiac, the WIBG Pro Stock AMC, Bruce Larson’s USA 1 Camaro, the West Virginia Hillbilly Hemi Cuda, Bud Faubel's Hemi Honker Dodge, the Sox & Martin Pro Stock Duster, the Norristown Ford 63 ½ Lightweight Ford, the Pete's Patriot AMX Super Stock Car, Bill Jenkins’ Pro Stock Vega, the Bob Banning ‘64 Hemi Dodge, Ken Montgomery's ‘65 Hemi Plymouth, Bill Stiles’ SS/BA Hemi Cuda, three different Dave Strickler cars, Dick Harrell’s Flip Top Camaro Funny Car, the King & Marshall AA/FD rail, Joe Jacono’s Rollin’ Stoned Cuda Funny Car, Dave Hales’ Willys Gasser, the Hill Bros. Willys Gasser, the King Kong Anglia, Jim Oddy’s Austin, Ron Bizio’s Willys, the Winged Express AA/FA, and many, many more. The Super Car Workshop of Latrobe, PA, brought out a great selection of Yenko and Harrell super cars and we did an overview of the more noteworthy.

The video also includes Interviews with Bill Jenkins, Mousie Marcellus, Wally Bell, Gordy Foust, Rich LaMont, Hayden Proffit, Judy Lilly, Earl Phillips, Dick Brannan, Lou Downing, Jim and Allison Lee, Nancy Wilson, George Cureton, Lou Sgro (DA Santucci tribute car), and Tom Sneden. I also had a chance to talk to Pork Zartman, who drove the Hill & Zartman ‘Filthy 40’ Willys, famous drag racing photographer Jeff Tinsley, and fiberglass manufacturer Dave Anderson of AI fiberglass.

I spent more time in the cruise-in area this year and found a great bunch of street rods, customs, and race cars. I even found an old 70s funny car called the Mini Vette. Owner Scott Myers brought the BB Chev to life and shook up the fairgrounds. I followed a 427 Chevelle on to the dyno testing station and was impressed with the amount of information you get from a test like this.

This year's show also included a Nostalgia Super Stock Shoot Out event at Beaver Springs Raceway and we take you there for a brief look at some of the action. Our friend Tom Molyneaux did a full production of the event and you might want to check it out at www.ecn.homestead.com.

I also used some flashback movie footage from the Bee On Video movie vault to link the present with the past. If you enjoyed the other York Productions, you will most certainly enjoy the 2004 edition. Get your copy in VHS or DVD NOW!

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Ford Lightweight Reunion @ Carlisle '03 #143
2003 marked the 40th anniversary of the 1963 Lightweight Ford Galaxies and a big reunion bash was held at the All Ford Nationals in Carlisle, Pa. Twenty-eight (28) of these fantastic cars were in attendance along with some of the drivers who piloted them to victory on the drag strips of America. The three day event begins with a get together at the Fairgrounds and then some good old fashioned Friday night drag racing at South Mountain Dragway. You will see several of these historic lightweights take to the track and turn back the clock some 40 years.

Saturday and Sunday coverage includes an overview of the All Ford event with special emphasis on the Lightweights. We did interviews with: Phil Bonner, Dick Brannan, Al Joniec and Bill Holbrook. Bill was the supervisor of the experimental garage in Dearborn and was responsible for building the first group of the Lightweights. Each one of the cars has its own story and we give you some background of several cars including: Mickey Thompson's Hemi powered Lightweight (and this is no Chrysler Hemi), a lightweight that was part of a funeral story, the resurrection of the Norristown Ford Lightweight, Skip MacDougalls 8 second lightweight and many more. The Reunion also included two 1964 Lightweight Galaxies. One of the cars was the World Championship car that was driven by Mike Schmidt under the Desert Motors sponsorship. I have also included some flashback movie footage of Lightweights running back in 1963 and 1964. They say this is the largest number (28) of Lightweights assembled in one place at one time since the running of the 1963 US Nationals. There is no doubt this was a once in a lifetime experience.

In addition to the Lightweights you will see a variety of the other cars coming out to the All Ford Nationals. I really enjoyed filming the new performance cars from Ford. How about the new 427 prototype family sedan or the new GT 40 or perhaps the new Mustang GT. Yes the All Ford Nationals had a little bit of everything to please blue oval lovers and a lot to offer our Lightweight performance junkies. This production runs for one hour and fifty two minutes. Order your copy now you will not be disappointed.

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Advanced Technology Car Show 2004 #144
This 90 minute video takes a look at the second annual car show held at the AdvancedTechnologyCenter in Daytona Beach, Florida. Ordinarily I do not record car shows but this one is different. Since I teach American History at the school I became involved in organizing a car show to help promote the school in the Daytona Beach area. I believe this turned out to be one of the most diverse car shows I have ever attended. Like most car shows we had a variety of antique, classic and special interest vehicles that ranged from a Model T right up to a new Chrysler Crossfire. In all over 300 cars and trucks were on display. As usual I was able to find some interesting stories when I talked to people and they come out in the video. We also had a group of antique motorcycles show up and there was a lot of history surrounding them. This probably does not surprise you as Daytona is known for its annual Bike Week activities. The show also featured a live nationwide radio broadcast featuring Bobby Likus and his Car Clinic call-in show. Bobby also displayed his great looking Dodge Viper.

We also had several interactive displays where show visitors were able to test their skills on a drag racing Christmas tree reaction timer and also on a home theater NASCAR racing simulator. The equipment in the theater was valued at more than $20,000.

I also enjoyed the interview we did with people from SpeedParkwhich is located directly across from Daytona International Speedway. They brought out a racing go cart and one of their Nitro Alley Rear Engine Dragsters. If you ever come to Daytona you have to try the ride. You can go from 0 to 75 MPH in 3 seconds. It is a blast. I also show the dragsters running at the park and explain how it works.

Since our school is made up of high school students we also had plenty of fast and furious cars on display. When I talked to them I found that they were doing exactly what most cruisers do when the go to car shows, talk cars. We even had a sound system competition for the boomers and they had a blast.

I also brought out my new Junior Dragster and had it on display along with my 1978 Chevy Corvette Pace Car Go Cart. They kids loved them. Both kids and adults also enjoyed the scale model car display set up in the school atrium.

And finally I talked a friend of mine into bringing out his ex Gene Snow 1974 Vega Flip Top Funny Car. Bill Brown started the funny car two different times during the show and gave those sound systems car owners something to talk about. I believe this is a very entertaining video and may give you some ideas on how you can spice up a car show in your area. I just think it was great that we could get several generations together at the same time enjoying the same thing, cars. Automobiles are truly a universal language.

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Classic Thunder @ Ware Shoals SC 2003 #142
This two-hour video covers all the activities of the Classic Thunder Nostalgia Drag Racing Circuit when it made its stop at the historic Ware Shoals Drag Strip in South Carolina. The track is the absolute perfect setting to hold a nostalgia drag race. It makes you feel like you are back in the day. An unbelievable turn out of cars ranging from dragsters, altereds, gassers, roadsters, coupes and door slammers turned out for the show. Our cameras take you into the pits where you see a wide variety of cars up close and meet some of the people who race them. We also catch the drag racing action on the track on both Friday and Saturday. Best of all though is that they run eliminations at night so you get to see all the header flames and neat nighttime shots. These historic cars look great under the lights. 

The racing program includes eliminator classes for Hot Rod, Classic Comp, A/G, B/G. C/G and Top Eliminator. The event also featured a best of three match race between Jim Dickey and Don Roddy and their Supercharged Altered machines. These guys put on a show that will really impress you. There were several 1970's style Funny Cars at the show and a best of three match race between Ernie Walkers Funny Vega and the Swensen and Lani 72 Mustang Funny Car took center stage. Round three of the race was unbelievable. 

Rounding out the show were several exhibition runs by the legendary Rat Trap AA/Fuel Altered. I have been reading about the Classic Thunder Shows for some time now and I had to check it out for myself. Man was I impressed. I had more fun at this show than any show I have been to in several years. And let me tell you these guys and gals race. No putt putting down the track, these cars honk. I was really happy with the way this video came out and I know you will enjoy the show. Order your copy now!

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York US 30 Musclecar Madness 2003 #141
The second annual York US 30 Muscle Car Reunion is in the books and now you can experience what it was like to be there with this 2-hour production that covers all the activities.

This year's format was similar to last year in that there was a fantastic group of famous racecars and a host of notable drag racing celebrities on hand. Here is a partial list of the cars you will see: Ed Millers '65 Hemi Plymouth World Champion car, Jere Stahl's '66 Plymouth Hemi A/S World Champion car, Bud Faubel's Hemi Honker Dodge, Len Richter's 63 ½ Lightweight Ford, the Sox & Martin Pro Stock Duster, the Sox & Martin '68 Hemi Cuda, Dick Landy Pro Stock Dodge, Brainbeau '67 Oldsmobile 442 B/S record holder, the Norristown Ford 63 ½ Lightweight Ford, the Pete's Patriot AMX Super Stock car, Bill Jenkins’ Pro Stock Vega, the Bob Banning ‘64 Hemi Dodge, Ken Montgomery's ‘68 Hemi Barracuda Pro Stocker, Dick Arons’ Super Stock Camaro, Bill Stiles’ SS/BA Hemi Cuda, Dick Harrell’s Flip Top Camaro Funny Car, Bill Flynn's ‘65 AWB Plymouth Yankee Peddler, the King & Marshall AA/FD rail, Joe Jacono’s Rollin’ Stoned Cuda Funny Car, Dave Hales’ Willys Gasser, Jr. Thompson’s Opel Gasser, Tony Nancy’s Flathead powered Roadster, the Hill Bros. Willys Gasser, and many, many more.

The video includes Interviews with Hubert Platt, Bill Jenkins, Jere Stahl, Malcolm Durham, Ronnie Sox, Joe Jacono, Ohio George Montgomery, Jack Merkel, Tom Sneden, and Ed Miller. I also had a chance to talk to the members of the famous S & S Racing Team, including K.S. Pittman, Fred Bear, Dave Hales, Chuck Stolze, and Gene Altizer. There were three original 1950s Lynwood Welding dragsters at the show and I had a chance to talk to Pat Bilbow's son Bob about the history of these mail order dragsters. Linda Holtz, daughter of Bill Holtz, was at the show and I talked to her about her involvement in the management of York US 30 Dragway. I also talked to the former trophy girl Geri Ann Gilbert and track announcer George Nye.

New this year was a Cacklefest and you'll see and hear the Harrell Camaro and Stiles SS/BA Cuda rattle the windows.

I also used some flashback movie footage from the Bee On Video movie vault to link the present with the past. It is hard to believe that the event could get any better than it was last year, but I think they did it. Lots of new cars and many new stories. If you enjoyed York 2002, you will most certainly enjoy the 2003 edition. Get your copy NOW!

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1st Annual Funny Car Reunion at Englishtown 2002 #140
Have you ever wondered what became of all the Funny Cars from the 1970's well I found a bunch of them hunkered down in the pits at RacewayPark in Englishtown, NJ ? Actually a group of people got together and decided it was time to put out a call for Nostalgia Funny Car Owners to get together for a gigantic reunion at one of the East Coasts most famous Drag Strips. And boy did they show up. Actually 33 Funny Cars showed up for the event and of that number 26 took to the track for two rounds of tire smokin' fire breathing Funny Car Action. Even more of them came out to be part of the Nitrohol Thunderfest. What a great sound it was when thirty or so of the cars fired up their engines (Nitro & Alcohol) at the same time and left them running for several minutes. And the crowd went wild.

Every one of the Funny Cars had a story behind it and I worked to bring out a lot of the historical facts associated with them. I have also included original movie footage of racing at Englishtown during the 1971 and 1972 Summer Nationals. The movies help us to appreciate the history of the 1970's Funny Car era and to see how a lot of it is being preserved by these special car owners. I had a chance to interview one of the Stars of the era, Joe Jacono, and he told me of his experiences driving the Rollin Stoned Funny Cuda. This was Joe's first time at a Nostalgia Drag Race and he was reunited with his beautifully restored Funny Car. The Grand Marshall of the event was none other than Jungle Pam Hardy. Need I say more? Pam took to her old job of backing up a Funny Car but this time it was former Funny Car World Champion Bruce Larson and his USA 1 '68 Camaro Funny Car. Pam also got behind the wheel of a Corvette and participated in a celebrity drag race with "Berserko" Bob Doerrer.

Also making a guest appearance at the event was "Big Daddy" Don Garlits and his Swamp Rat #34. Big Daddy made a half track pass with the car just to put the smell of Nitro in the air. The event also had an assortment of other classic vehicles and we take you on a trip through the pits and out on the track for their drag racing experience. The 422 Motorsports Nostalgia Super Stock Racing Team was on hand and they ran two rounds of hot N/SS drag racing action. As I mentioned I have included some original movie footage in this production and some of the cars/people you will see are: The Drummer BB/FC, Chelsea King F/C, Moby Dick, Hawaiian, Sammy Miller, Don Schumacher, Ed "The Ace" McCulloch, Jungle Jim, Dodger Glenn, Jake Johnson, Barry Setzer, The Trojan Horse Mustang, The Holeshot Mustang, Tom McEwen, Gary Richards, The Creasy Brothers and Marshall, Swensen and Lani, Omar Carothers and the Tentmaker Mustang and Gene Snow. How's that for a star studded lineup?

Most of you know that I am a big fan of the old Super Stocker and Factory Experimental cars of the 1960's so I was not sure what to expect at this event. But boy was I happy I went to this terrific event. What I found was a group of cars and people that did this sort of racing without the infusion of big corporate money. The cars had personalities and the people were genuine characters. It turned out to be a very refreshing visit to the Funny Car Match Race era that I had totally forgotten about. If you share that kind of enjoyment I am sure you will be entertained by this 95 minute video. I highly recommend this concept in Nostalgia based drag racing attractions.

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1998 Mid-West Hot Rod Reunion #139
BEE ON VIDEO is proud to announce the release of an event video that covers all the color and excitement of the first annual NHRA MID-WEST HOT ROD REUNION held at National Trail Raceway in Columbus, Ohio on September 25-27, 1998. This event was NHRA's first attempt at producing an East Coast version the very popular California Hot Rod Reunion. The event gave attendees a chance to take in a car show, browse through an automotive parts market, mingle with heroes of the past and present, take pictures of historic drag racing vehicles and watch some entertaining drag racing action. Now you might be wondering why it has taken so long to release this production, well there is a reason, but I don't want to give away the ending.

The Grand Marshall of the event was the ever popular 'Ohio George Montgomery.' George had just finished restoring his famous 33 Willys and it was absolutely gorgeous. I did an interview with Ohio George and had him describe his drag racing history. You won't want to miss that interview. I also interviewed Hubert Platt and learned that he was a Gas Class Champion back in the early 1960's. This is a part of Hubert's career that had eluded me. We also showcase the numerous Gasser vehicles that came out to the event. I have also included an original movie of a 1936 Willys factory road test. It is a classic. The event sponsor was JEG'S Automotive of Columbus, Ohio, and Jeg Coughlin, Sr. brought out his AA/G Austin. We even filmed it running down the track.

There was also a large group of Super Stock cars at the show and I made sure I caught their action in the pits and on the track. I also had a chance to interview Bob Harrop about his 1961 Pontiac and it is a very interesting story. We also got to see Fast Eddie Schartman and George Weiler make a pass down the track. There was a best of three match race between Rob Bruce and his 1966 Zombie Pontiac GTO from Hell and Brian Kohlman and his AWB '65 Bell Dodge. Both of these early funny cars ran on fuel and put on a great show. The racing program also included an eight car Top Fuel field as well as a Gas and Super Stock eliminator.

Exhibition runs by Bruce Larson and his '68 USA 1 Camaro Fuel Funny Car and the Rat Trap AA Fuel Altered are also featured. I also did an interview with a guy who brought out three Junior Stock cars. I really enjoyed these cars as they reminded me of the cars I watched every weekend back in the day. This productions runs for two full hours and I am sure you will enjoy the show. And, oh yes, there is a surprise ending.

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York US 30 Musclecar Madness 2002 #138
The best Nostalgia Drag Race Reunion ever held is now history but you can still experience what it was like to be there with this 2-hour video that covers all the activities. This show brought together the largest group of famous race cars and drag racing celebrities since the running of the first Super Stock Nationals at York US 30 on August 7, 1965. There are just too many race cars to list but here are a few: The Virginian AWB '65 Hemi Plymouth, Al Joniec's '68 Cobra Jet Mustang, Dave Strickler's '62, '63 and '68 Super Stock Chevys, The Frog Studebaker, Paul Blevins's ‘55 Nomad, Dick Landy's '65 AWB Dodge, the Sox & Martin '70 Pro Stock Cuda, Hubert Platt's '64 T-Bolt, Ken Montgomery's "555" '65 Hemi Plymouth, the Hurst Hemi Under Glass ‘Cuda, Bill Stiles’ '68 SS/B Cuda, Dyno Don’s '64 Comet, Bruce Larson’s USA 1 '68 Camaro Fuel Funny Car, The Honker '64 Hemi Dodge, Bob Harrop's Flying Carpet '64 Hemi Dodge, the Norristown Ford T-Bolt, Tom Myl's '67 RO23 Plymouth, plus many, many more.

You also will meet the Star's of Drag Racing including Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins, Dyno Don Nicholson, Herb McCandless, Tom Sneden, Bud Faubel, Bob Riggle, Dick Brannan, George Weiler, Pee Wee Wallace, Billy West, Bruce Larson, Ed Hedrick, Arnie "The Farmer" Beswick, Bill Stiles, Jungle Pam Hardy, Linda Vaughn, and many more. Also featured are Gassers, Modified Production cars, Altereds, early Dragsters, and one motorcycle. I also have used some flashback movie footage from the Bee On Video movie vault to link the present with the past. Above all, this video is a valuable history lesson about the early days of drag racing in general and York US 30 in particular. This video is a must have! 

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Drag Race Reunion #100
See the stars and cars that got together at Moroso Motorsports Park for a first ever drag race reunion. Interviews with: Dyno Don, Gas Ronda, Phil Bonner, Dick Brannan, Arnie Beswick, Grumpy Jenkins, Dave Lyall, and Clester Andrews. The cars: Dyno’s ‘64 A/FX Comet, Dave Lyall's ‘65 A/FX Falcon, Brannan's ‘63 lightweight Galaxie, Dave Strickler’s ‘63 Z-11 Chevy, a ‘63 A/FX Tempest, the Ramchargers ‘63 Dodge, a ‘64 Hemi Plymouth, plus others. If you ever wondered what happened to these old drivers, this video is the answer. Video runs 80 minutes.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Super Ford 1989 #101
This two-hour video includes all the activities at the Super Ford Car Show and Drag Race at Milan, Michigan. See a special nostalgia match race between Ford T-bolts and lightweight Galaxies. You can ride along inside a T-bolt with our in-car camera. You won’t forget this ride. Buckle up and turn up the volume. I bet you will play this one over and over again!

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Corvettes @ Carlisle 1990 #102
Narrated two-hour tour of the world’s largest all Corvette car show, sale, and flea market. See all years, from ‘53-‘90. Find out what a Corvette Challenge car is and meet one of the country's most successful team owners. Corvette trivia - can you name the year (between ‘54 and ‘90) that a Corvette was not marketed? The answer is in the video as are a variety of answers from spectators. See the famous beauty show. This is reason enough to buy this video. Caution: Do not show this part to your wife or girlfriend! If you like 'Vettes, this is your video.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1990 #103
Two hours dedicated to all the action at the annual Expo show at Columbus, Ohio. Tabbed the greatest Ford powered show on earth, this show lives up to its billing. The car show includes 40 judged classes and a special non-judged display area. The featured car at the event is the Ford Falcon. More than 20 acres of parts and supplies gave spectators good reason to walk many miles over the three-day weekend. See Ralph Moody of Holman and Moody Racing talk about the Ford Motor Co. racing effort. The drag racing program included a special southern style match race between Ed Schartman’s ‘65 A/FX Comet and the Wickersham Ford A/FX ‘65 Mustang. Also included is an interview with a Ford owner from Sweden, who says he owns the only K64 Fairlane in Sweden.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Super Ford 1990 #104
This is the 1990 version of the Southeast Michigan chapter of the Performance Ford Club of America’s Super Ford Extravaganza at Milan, MI. This two-hour video features a special invitational nostalgia bracket race in which 30 original factory race cars participated. See all the Ford factory machinery take on hemi Mopars and 409 Chevys. The action was hot and heavy and the final round featured a Ford vs. Mopar battle for the $$$. A special match race was staged between Arnie "The Farmer" Beswick in his ‘63 421 Super Duty Tempest and Ray Paquet in his SS/B ‘64 Fairlane T-bolt. In addition, more than 300 bracket racers squared off for some serious drag racing. Add to that a spectacular show and shine car show, an auto parts flea market, and competition in a model car contest and you will see why this in one of the fastest growing Ford shows in the country.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1991 #105
Back for more Ford action in ‘91. Two hours is just enough time to show you the show cars, swap meet, and some of the drag racing action. The feature show car is the 7-liter Ford Galaxie. See why this 1966 model is becoming one of the most popular collector cars of recent time. The event also hosted the first ever gathering of SVO Mustangs. If you never heard of an SVO Mustang, this story is required viewing. Some people are saying that these special cars could be the next generation Shelby cars. The parts vendor area contained over 20 acres of parts and supplies and you will have a chance to hear the story behind an old Grand National ‘69Torino that was being offered for sale. Listen to Lee Holman of Holman and Moody Racing talk about the company that his father made famous. Lee gives some candid comments about the relationship between Mr. Holman and Mr. Moody and what it was like being the son of the boss. The drag racing program was highlighted by a match race between Phil Bonner’s stretched ‘66 Mustang and the Holman and Moody ‘65 A/FX Mustang. Also making some exhibition runs was the Georgia Shaker stretched ‘66 Mustang. This car runs on a 25% nitro mix, and it really had the Ford fans on their feet.

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Fairlane Club of America National Meet 1991 #106
This two-hour forty minute video takes in all the action at the Fairlane Club of America’s annual national meet. This year the event was staged at the Henry Ford Estate at Dearborn, MI. Club vehicles from 1962 to 1973 are profiled and personal interviews with many owners are included. You are sure to enjoy the story about the one of a kind yellow Talladega. This is a rare car! You will also hear the story of the only remaining lightweight 67 single 4v 427 Fairlane. See the story of a movie star. A 64 Fairlane movie star that is. Trivia - what year did ford first use the Fairlane name? The answer is in the video as is a variety of answers from spectators. If you like Fairlane and/or Torino vehicles, this video is for you.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Super Ford 1991 #107
More Super Ford Extravaganza for 1991. This two-hour video features a special invitational nostalgia bracket race in which 27 original factory race cars did battle. This time the big bad Fords take on a variety of Mopar, Chevy, and Pontiac Super Duty competitors. The action was hot and heavy and the winner would have the distinction of having their name added to the nostalgia championship trophy. A special match race was staged between Ronnie Sox in his 64 Pro Mod Merc Comet and Animal Jim in his Pro Mod Ford Probe. These guys delivered with 200 mph, door handle to door handle action! In addition, over 300 bracket racers (all Ford) squared off for some serious drag racing. The 5.0 Shootout Mustangs are featured also and the final had two 9-second cars going head to head for the championship. Add to that a spectacular show and shine car show, an auto parts flea market, and competition in a model car contest and you have an action packed two hours of Ford enjoyment.

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N.N.L. East, Scale Model Car Show 1992 #108
This two-hour video takes in all the activities at the largest scale model car show east of the Mississippi. Over 1000 models were on display and they were gorgeous. See how a resin mold is created. A special story about the Tasca Ford T-bolt is included. Do you know what a diorama is? The answer is in this video. If you ever built or wanted to build a model car this video is for you. Entertaining and educational for the whole family.

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Fairlane Club of America, National Meet 1992 #109
This two-hour video takes in all the action at the FCA's annual national meet. This year the event was staged at Tulsa, OK. Club vehicles from 1962 to 1973 are profiled and personal interviews with many owners are included. Also included is drag racing action at the Tulsa International Raceway. If you are interested in the Ford Fairlane and Torino vehicles, this video offers you pure enjoyment. Fairlanes forever!

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Fairlane Club of America, National Meet 1993 #110
This year’s event takes place at New Castle, PA, and features the largest number of Fairlane entrants to date. This club is dedicated to the 1962-1973 Fairlanes and Torinos and what a show it was. Great looking cars and super people. You get a chance to meet club members up close and personal and learn a little bit about their pride and joy: Fairlanes. The famous Tasca Ford T-bolt debuted at this show and you have to see it to believe it. You'll see the show award winners and learn interesting tidbits of information about the Fairlane automobile. Also included is a special night of drag racing at the historic Sunset Dragway. This 1/8 mile race track has played host to many famous match racers through the years and has remained unchanged by the advances of time. Nostalgia at its best! This video runs two hours and is bound to give you Fairlane fever.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Super Ford 1993 #111
This event marked the 10th anniversary for the Super Ford Show and it was better than ever. This year’s format included more of the same. Two hours of cars, people, and drag racing. Actually, lots of drag racing. Two days of drag racing. You get to follow Sunday's eliminations right down to the final in Brackets 1, 2 and 3. Also included is the nostalgia bracket and the guest Brand X cars that took on the host Ford racers. A mix of 421 Pontiacs, 409 Chevys, max-wedge and hemi Mopars do battle with our Ford guys. Also making a pass down the track was the Glidden & Allen 73 Pro Stock Pinto. After the red car makes a 10.0 pass, you get to meet the current owners of this historic car. A competitor from the longest drag race in the world (Bonneville) talks to us about his record setting Ford and his plans for setting a new record in 1993. The event also marked the official start of Animal Jim's 25th Anniversary Tour. Meet this pro-mod racer and learn about his all Ford career. A special Maverick profile includes show car and drag race action. Some say the Maverick is ready to resurface as a desirable collector car. I believe it.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1993 #112
This two-hour video brings you all the action at this year’s show, which featured the Mercury Comet as its profile vehicle. A super assortment of 1962 thru 1969 models was on display and we caught them all. A special appearance of Jack Chrisman’s ‘65 and ‘67 fuel funny Comets highlighted the event and you hear the sound of thunder as Jim Barillaro fires up the nitro Cammer. Also featured is a match race between a factory '65 B/FX Comet and a '64 C/FX Comet. A full drag race program includes action in three ET brackets, a nostalgia bracket, and a 5-liter shootout. Add to that show cars, model cars, and the largest all Ford swap meet in the country and you have an incredible entertainment packed video.

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N.N.L. East, Scale Model Car Show 1993 #113
Two more hours dedicated to the world of scale model car building. Over 1100 models on display. The show theme was vintage race cars and boy did they come out. Circle track, road racers, vintage NASCAR, dirt track, and drag racers. See a special, best of three, slot car match race between the Malcolm Durham 65 A/FX Chevelle and the McCoy Mercury 64 A/FX Comet scale model racers. Take a side trip to the NASCAR museum at Darlington - the James Dean Memorial Weekend at Fairmont, Indiana - the Don Garlits museum - the Indy 500 Race Car Museum - and more!

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1994 #114
Two full hours of all Ford entertainment. The feature vehicle at this year’s show was the 1955 and 1956 Ford. These Y-Block powered vehicles are a big favorite with Ford fans. If you are interested in Maverick or Comet vehicles of the early 1970s, learn more from our interview with the president of the International Maverick Club. If you liked the other Expo videos, this one is a worthy addition to your library.

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N.N.L. East, Scale Model Car Show 1994 #115
This two-hour video continues our coverage of the annual scale model car show held at Parsippany, NJ. This year’s video includes more coverage of the cars (over 1200) and interesting stories of the people who create them. The feature model was the '34 Ford pickup. You have to see how many ways it can be made to look different and unique. A special Dyno Don Nicholson class was included, featuring models of his famous drag race cars. Much more is included; in fact, there is too much to list. Do yourself a favor and buy this video. It can turn you on to a very affordable and enjoyable activity for the entire family.

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Old Time Drags, Island Dragway, Island, NJ 1994 #116
Come along on a trip back in time with the participants of the 1994 Old Time Drags at Island Dragway. Follow the initiation of a new drag racer as father and famous drag race artist Joel Naprstek introduces his son Paul to the quarter mile in the same kind of car Joel used to run at Island back in the 1960s. You will also see all the drag action as the East Coast Rod and Custom Association and the Eastern States Timing Association do their thing on the track. In addition to the drag program, there were plenty of great looking show cars. One of the cars at the show had the name Vargo Dragway on it and it was driven by Jake Vargo. Jake’s family operated the Quakertown, PA, area track back in the 1960s. The strip closed down in the 1970s, but it still sits there like an old ghost town. Journey with us as we revisit Vargo. I also included some old movie footage of the way things use to be. This two-hour video is very entertaining and combines both the past and the present.

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Ford Thunderbolt 30th Anniversary Reunion 1994 #117
The year 1994 marked the 30th anniversary of the Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt. A reunion of these special cars and the people who created and raced them was held in conjunction with the ‘94 Super Ford event at Milan, MI. Twelve original T-Bolts were there and we profiled each of them. Meet the Ford engineer who made the first T-Bolt. Discover where the name Thunderbolt came from. Visit the site of the Dearborn Steel Tube Co. And meet some of the people who actually built the original cars. Interviews with Ford factory team drivers Kenny Vogt and Len Richter are included also. If you hunger for more information about the Ford T-Bolts, this video is for you. It runs a full two hours.

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Piedmont, NC, Dragway Reunion 1994 #118
In October of 1994, a reunion of the stars and cars from the early days at Greensboro, North Carolina’s Piedmont Dragway was held and it turned out to be a once in a lifetime event. If you saw our S/S & FX era ‘63 – ‘67 video, you will recall that most of the footage was shot at Piedmont. On the video you saw Lee Malkemes crash his T-bolt. Now see his triumphant return to the track that almost took his life 29 years earlier. Ride along as our in-car camera follows him down the track. It makes me hold my breath. Meet Piedmont ’s original owner, Bobby Star, and the people he helped to make famous: Ronnie Sox, Larry “Good Ole Mr. Wilson,” Billy West, Hubert “Georgia Shaker” Platt, and others. We also make a side trip to Bill Blair’s race car shop. Bill is a very serious collector of nostalgic drag vehicles and he opened the doors to his special world to us. Inside we found a bunch of Super Duty Pontiacs, 409 Chevys, drag race Mopars, and the former Strip Teaser ‘65 A/FX falcon. Well if you were a fan of cow pasture, run what you brung, southern style match racing, this video is for you. This is a full two hour video.

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National Muscle Car Association Meet, Maple Grove, PA 1994 #119
This was my first visit to a National Muscle Car Association meet and I was impressed with the program. Although the primary focus of my attention was the nostalgia eliminator, there was much more than that going on. I also had time to interview Jack Werst who was competing at the event and he told me of his early career in Super Stock and Pro Stock racing. Find out how he earned the nickname Mr. 5 & 50. I also held a winner’s interview with another veteran drag racer, Ron Mancini, who drove his '62 dodge to Nostalgia Eliminator honors. Ron also gave me an overview of his past accomplishments in drag racing. Quite an interesting guy. The video runs forty two minutes and gives a nice overview of a typical NMCA event back in 1994.

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Super Stock Magazine Reunion, Petersburg, VA 1995 #120
The theme for this show was built around the 1st Annual S/S Nationals held at York US 30 Dragway on August 7, 1965. See the cars and drivers that competed at this historic event. Interviews with Bill Lawton (Tasca Ford, Handicap Eliminator), Bob Harrop (Heads-up winner), George Weiler (Bud Faubel’s Honker) Ken Montgomery (Triple Nickel Mopar, Wally Bell (Sox & Martin A/FX Comet) Roger Lindamood (Color Me Gone), Don “Big Daddy” Garlits (yes, there is an S/S connection), plus others. Not only will you see the cars in the pits on display, you’ll see them doing their stuff on the track. Included are Dyno Don, Farmer Arnie, Ronnie Sox, Harold Denton, Malcolm Durham, Bill “’Maverick” Golden, the Hurst Hemi Under Glass, plus more. You’ll also see the largest gathering of nostalgia drag vehicles ever assembled in one place. Also included is the Jack Chrisman exhibition fuel burning 1965 Comet. Additionally, there are flashback movies of the way things were in 1965. I could go on and on, but if this hasn't gotten you excited by now, I guess this video is not for you! You will not be disappointed with this video. It is destined to be a collector’s edition.

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1995 #121
Another two-hour video of the gigantic all Ford and Mercury show. See the largest all Ford auto parts flea market in the country. Also, many fine Ford automobiles were for sale and we browse through the sale corral. Show cars, show cars, and still more show cars. Included are some of the most impressive Ford and Mercury automobiles on the planet. Visit with the Ranchero Club as they hold a meet within the meet. The feature vehicle at the show was the Ford T-Bird, with 1956 through 1995 models included. On the drag strip, it was action, action, action. Over 300 drag vehicles entered the competition and it made for some red-hot match-ups. A special exhibition show was put on by the former Jack Chrisman ‘65 fuel Comet and we caught it all. This is sure to bring back memories. If Fords are your favorite, then this is the video for you.

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N.N.L. East, Scale Model Car Show 1995 #122
Two full hours of this special world of scale model car building. Over 1400 models were on display this year and they were unbelievable. Model profiles and builder interviews keep this video moving at a quick pace. Also on display was the real T-bolt of Lee Malkemes. See it and compare it to the scale model built to resemble it. Watch this video and you will be hooked on this fascinating world of model vehicles. The feature model at the show was the 55 Chevy. You won’t believe how many different ways you can do the old 55. My favorite was the altered wheelbased drag car. Fun for the whole family. These guys say when you build one of these models it is like owning a part of its full scale counterpart. I took them at their word and built two models for display at the show. This is fun!

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Pontiacs on the Island, Island, NJ 1995 #123
This 100 minute video covers all the activities at the 1995 All Pontiac show at Great Meadows, NJ's Island Dragway. If you like GTOs, Super Duty Ponchos, Wide Tracks and all the great people who worship these cars, this is your video. Our coverage includes car profiles, driver interviews, and hot drag racing action. I actually went to this show to video a friend’s ‘61 421 Ventura, but after I got there, I discovered a new world filled with Pontiacs. So, if you care to, or dare to, try this video. I know you will like it.

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Ol' Daze Drags, Island Dragway, Island, NJ 1995 #124
This video covers all the action at the East Coast Rod and Custom Association’s Ol' Daze Drags at historic Island Dragway at Great Meadows, NJ. Gassers, altereds, super stockers, A/GS, stockers, front engined dragsters, all take to the track to please the spectators. My 1964 A/FX Comet is profiled since this was the first event I entered since the restoration project was completed. Needless to say, I had a great time at the show. I also have included some original movie footage of the way it was at Island back in the 1960s. See Joe Amato in a Fiat, Pete Gates in Dyno Don’s ‘65 Comet, the L.A. Dart, and much more. I also took time to profile some of the show cars that came out to the event. This event typifies what a local nostalgia drag racing show is all about. If you enjoyed it back then, you will surely enjoy it again.

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Ford Motorsport Nationals, Maple Grove, PA 1996 #125
This two-hour video covers all the action at the 12th annual Ford Motorsport Nationals at the famous Maple Grove Raceway. The video focuses on the Nostalgia Super Stock eliminator and gives an up close look at the cars and the drivers. You'll see T-bolts, A/FX Comets, lightweight Galaxies, S/S Fairlanes, and a ‘61 Starliner that will really impress you. Sixteen cars qualified for the show and we followed each round of eliminations. The winner was a Ford. As if you didn't already know that. But, you will have to get the video to find out which one. In addition to the nostalgia coverage, we take a look at some of the other drag action and the special exhibition vehicles. Wheelstanders, jet dragsters, and jet funny cars are featured as well as a couple of Ford monster trucks. Roy Hill was at the event and he had a special show for the spectators. In fact, he turned fans into racers. See how he does it. Also included is a trip to the 422 Motorsports garage in Oaks, PA. This shop is Ford heaven! The shop was featured in the August issue of the Ford Trader magazine. Now, see the story come to life. If you like the old super stockers and FXers, this video is for you.

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Chryslers @ Carlisle 1996 #126
This two-hour video covers the color and excitement at the all Chrysler show at Carlisle. Friday’s coverage includes drag racing at South Mountain Dragway. The Hurst Hemi Under Glass Barracuda highlighted the all Mopar drag race program. The remainder of the video covers the car show activities at the Carlisle Fairgrounds. Interviews and car profiles will give you a feel for the diversity of vehicles attending the event. They're all there: Roadrunners, the wing cars, Tics, Cudas, Darts, 300s, Trucks, Hemis, Max-wedges, Six Packs, etc. Need I say more? We also covered the specialty vehicles which included the super charger, the very first Bounty Hunter dragster, the Vanishing Point movie cars, the new Plymouth Prowler and on, and on and on. If you live for Mopar, buy this video!

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All Ford Nationals @ Carlisle 1996 #127
This two-hour video covers all the activities associated with the second annual All Ford Nationals at Carlisle. This could be the largest all Ford meet in the country. Close to 1000 vehicles were on display and we attempt to show you as many as possible. On Friday we went to South Mountain Dragway and watched the all Ford action. We also found a drag race dog at the track. You have to see it to believe it. A special nostalgia match race took place between an original Ford T-bolt and a 64 A/FX Comet. It was just like it was back in 1964. On the show car field we saw them all: Edsels, Mercurys, Comets, Fairlanes, Galaxies, XLs, GTs, CJs, Boss cars, FE cars, SOHC power, etc. Take my word for it. It is impossible to see it all in one day. A special interview with Mr. Steve Saleen himself will give you insight into this unique Ford automobile. I also met the former Ford engineer that designed the retractable hardtop and his story is great. If the blue oval turns you on, so will this video.  

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Performance Ford Club of America, Expo 1996 #128
This two-hour video covers all the activities at the annual Expo show. Coverage includes the car show, swap meet, car corral, and the cruise nite activities. Over 450 cars were on display at the event and we chose several for special video recognition. How about an original Starsky and Hutch Torino, or a one of a kind Holman and Moody prepared ‘67 427 Comet, or an original 1970s style Maverick Funny Car? Also included is a short segment on the drag racing portion of the event. The exhibition vehicles are featured and you'll see them in heads up competition. If Ford is your game, play me!

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Performance Ford Club of America, Ford Nat Drags 1996 #129
You asked for it! You got it! Yes, this year we put together a full two hour video on the drag racing program at Expo 96. See first round action in all categories: Super Pro, Pro, Street, Quick 5.0, 5.0, and Nostalgia. From there, we cover quarter final, semi final, and final eliminations in all categories. Along the way, we throw in some special stories and some car profiles. If you are a drag racing junkie, buy this video.

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Super Stock Magazine Reunion, Petersburg, VA 1996 #130
This two-hour video covers all the activities of the S/S Reunion at VirginiaMotorsportPark. Coverage begins at Friday’s Super Stock Magazine Hall of Fame induction. Vintage movie footage is used to introduce inductees Doug Thorley, Tom “The Mongoose” McEwen, Don “The Snake” Prudhomme, Ed “The Ace” McCulloch, Don Schumacher, Jungle Jim, Richard Tharp, Leroy Goldstein, Jim Dunn, Dale Pulde, and Roland Leong. Also recognized were members of the Ramchargers and Bob Banning Dodge drag teams. The remainder of the video is filled with all the action at the track. Car profiles and driver interviews are included. See Dick Harrell’s ‘69 Pro Stock Camaro, the Red Alert ‘70 S/S Chevelle, Sox & Martin’s Pro Stock Duster, Jack Chrisman’s '65 fuel Comet, and the Mayflower S/S Plymouth. Also included are a host of Ford T-Bolts, Comet FXers, 409 Chevys, and Max-Wedge and Hemi powered Mopars. Many of these cars are seen in action on the track. A special interview with Bob Hamilton traces his drag racing career. Vintage movie footage of Bob’s A/FX Mustang (Larsen Ford), the Red Alert, and his only wheelstander is included. A must have!

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Ford Motorsport Nationals, Maple Grove, PA 1997 #131
This two-hour video covers all the action at the 13th annual Ford Motorsport Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway. The video focuses on the Nostalgia Super Stock Eliminator and gives an up close look at the cars and the drivers. You'll see T-bolts, A/FX Comets, lightweight Galaxies, S/S Fairlanes, and a '61 Starliner. 16 cars qualified for the show and we followed each round of eliminations. Each round has its own little twist as we see engines exploding, rear ends breaking and an on-track accident involving a 63½ Galaxie. In addition to the nostalgia coverage we take a look at some of the other drag action and the special exhibition vehicles. A side trip to the Dove Manufacturing company is also included. Jim dove takes us on a personal tour of his shop and explains how he has become the largest aftermarket "FE" parts producer in the world. Fun video -- get it now!

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Nostalgia Super Stockers @ Atco, Atco, NJ 1999 #132
This 100-minute video takes you to the famous Atco, New Jersey drag strip. In years past, Atco has hosted some of the best in S/S and F/X racing and 1999 was no exception. Follow a field of 25 cars through time trials and eliminations. You won't want to miss a single match-up as 409's, 421's, max wedges, Hemis, and 427's do battle on the quarter mile. Interviews with "Pee Wee" Wallace, Bob Harrop (Harrop’s Flying Carpet), and Mr. "5 and 50" Jack Werst are included. You also meet new driver Stephanie Dimino as she makes the field with her 427 Chevy. See how Roy Hill’s driving school helped her prepare for nostalgia drag racing. A special best-of-five match race between the WIBG Radio Pro Stock American Motors Gremlin and the hemi duster of Sox & Martin is included also. There also was a 70's style flip top funny car there and we caught its wild runs down the track. And speaking of wild, you won't want to miss Brian Kohlman and his fuel burning '65 AWB Dodge. Need I say more? Get your copy now!

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Southeast Nostalgia Hot Rod Drags, Lakeland, FL 2001 #133
This was my first visit to a nostalgia drag race since I moved to sunny Florida. The site of the race was historic Lakeland Drag Strip in Lakeland. It is only 44 miles west of the Disney attractions. Anyway, when I got there I knew I had to do a production after I saw the great cars in the pits. It looked just like the 1960's with all the gassers, modified production, altereds, and super stockers. The 70s were also represented with a special best of three match race between an original “Jungle Jim" Vega flip top funny car and a replica of the "Shark" corvette funny car of Frank Federici. Also included is a trip to the 1986 NHRA Winternationals at Pomona, CA, where I was involved with the Joe Lepone, Jr pro stock team. There is a connection between that race and this event. I had fun at this event and I think you will also have fun watching this video.

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Drag Racers Reunion 2001 Crestview, FL #134
This two hour video takes in all the activities at the first ever Drag Racers Reunion at Crestview, Florida, on August 25, 2001. The event was held at the Jameson Inn and included a car show, story swapping, and a special media room full of photographs, videos, and newspaper clippings. The racers that came to the event ran out of the Florida , Georgia, Alabama, and the Louisiana regions.

Interviews were given by Hubert Platt (Georgia Shaker), Sidney Foster (Black Trash, Foster Bros. Racing, Coleman & Taylor, King Cobra), Kenny Salter (Bob Ford), Emmitt "Snake" Austin (Bob Ford), Steve Honnell (War Eagle T-bolt, plus more), Bill Dismuke (Ford T-bolt), Pete Mount (Ford T-bolt), Bob Fermier (Fermier Bros. Ford/Merc), Bobby Watson (Pontiac Super Duty) and Willie D. Smith (Gas Ronda T-bolt). We also interviewed the organizers of the event, Sol and Ann Stewart. This couple ran the old Sunset Dragway in Panama City, FL, and they both raced cars back in the day. We also talked to Del Cranford, who had his recently discovered '64 factory sponsored Ford Fairlane at the event. The original driver, Jerry Hutchins, gave us an interview and told of how the car won the 1964 NASCAR Winter Drags Championship at Spruce Creek Dragway at Daytona Beach.

We also talked to a couple of the other car owners that were part of the shine and show and learned about a "T-5." Never hear of it? Well get the scoop in the video. All of the interviews are supported by photos and movie footage that help you to understand the important historical contribution these racers made to the sport. This is a must video for any historian of drag racing.

We (I, Bob Fermier, and Joel Naprstek of RACECARART) had a great time at this event and I think you will enjoy hearing the stories from the racers themselves. When you think of it, they never had the luxury of TV coverage back in the day, but now they get to tell their story in their own words. Priceless!

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The following three titles are special edition videos that follow the activities of the 422 Motorsports nostalgia super stock drag racing team. The team consists of five veteran drag racers and the fleet of "FE" powered vehicles they race. If you are a big time Ford fan, read on. 

 

 

Nostalgia Super Stockers at Moroso 2002 #135
This one hour forty five minute video focuses on the Nostalgia Super Stock Eliminator cars at the first event sanctioned by the newly joined National Muscle Car Association and the National Street Car Association amorosoMotorsportsPark in West Palm Beach, Fl. Twenty N/SS cars showed up for the event including five 1963 427 Fords. You will meet the 422 Motorsports Team members along with Jim & Terry Wittenberg, Skip MacDougall, Dan Bell, and Mark Artis. Vintage movie footage from 1963 shows the original Norristown Ford '63 ½ Lightweight Galaxie at Vargo Dragway and follows the car to the 1963 U.S. Nationals. The video also includes racing action from the other eliminator classes as well. This video will give you an idea of what to expect at a NMCA/MSCA Super Series event. 

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422 Motorsports Beaver Springs Test Session 1995 #136
Come along with the 422 Motorsports team as they shake down team cars at a closed test session at Beaver Springs Raceway in Pennsylvania. Candid interviews with team members give you a perspective never before seen on a nostalgia related video. See what it takes to get these big 427 powered cars down the track quickly and safely. This video runs 44 minutes and is a lot of fun to watch.

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422 Motorsports Racing Season 1996 #137
This two hour video looks at the racing activities of the 422 Motorsports racing team as they competed in the national muscle car association circuit and performed several old style match race exhibitions. Exciting "in-car" camera shots and "gold dust" burnouts make you feel like you are back in 1964. Nostalgia super stock racing at its best. Next best thing to actually seeing the team in person. 

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