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Moving 700 tons on a gravel road
Aussie FJ Ute
Hand on the door like on a leisurely Sunday drive.
Faith in humanity
Sure looks like "Wild Willie" Borsch. Funny there is no lettering on it. Car was called "Winged Express".
Note name on the door In 1969 Gabelich established a quarter mile Drag boat record of 200.44 mph (323 km/h)  This is not the same as the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM) Water Speed Record (WSR) in which Donald Campbell broke 200 mph (322 km/h) on 23 July 1955 in the Bluebird K7. Gabelich was seriously injured in the crash of an experimental 4 wheel drive Funny Car in 1972 that careened out of control at 180 mph (290 km/h) during a quarter mile run almost severing his left forearm and broke his left leg so severely that more than a year later he still wore a cast. This incident ended his racing career and he never raced again, concentrating instead on a new supersonic vehicle. Gabelich averaged 629.412 mph (1,013 km/h) on his first run and 631.367 mph (1,016 km/h) on his second run for an average speed of 630.388 mph (1,015 km/h) establishing a new kilometer FIA LSR. The mile FIA LSR was the first exceeding 1,000 km/h (621 mph) and remained unbeaten until 1983, when Richard Noble broke it driving Thrust 2. The faster kilometer FIA LSR remained unbroken for 27 years when ThrustSSC went supersonic in 1997.
Bug and a half
Fellow employees waiting for the guy with the key on a Monday morning....
Saw one of these hot rods in town this morning.
The darts new home.
New little heater in the house.
Oh how I miss...... stupid covid shutting everything down