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1965 Buick Skylark LSX - Drag Strip 1/8 mile

65 Skylark powered by an LQ9 with LS6 heads and a 224 cam. The best pass of the night was 7.46 @ 92 MPH. This equates to about 11.7 @ 115 in the quarter mile.


 


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