Prock & Howell Logghe Stamping Co Funny Mustang

This Video Clip was created for racecar fabricator Jay Howell and shows the Prock & Howell Logghe Stamping Co. 1970 Mustang Funny Car in action at the 1970 AHRA Summer Nationals at New York National Speedway. The car is shown in the pits along with side by side match-ups against Jim Maybecks Screamin Eagle Camaro, The King & Marshall Cuda and the Ramchargers. Look for this footage to show up in one of the future productions of Jim Amos' BEE ON VIDEO. Visit us at: www.beeonvideo.com

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