Sniff Bros 1967 mustang fastback drag car at Fontana Feb 13, 2011 Nice Wheelie!

dana and dennis sniff's 3200# 379 cleveland powered 67 fb stang doing a time trial run at Fontana. ran 10.31 at 129.06 in the heat of the day. has run best of 10.27 to date but only been out on 1/4 twice now.. still wrenching... 10.0's coming real soon

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