Two Lane Blacktop 55 Chevy

This is the actual 55 Chevy from the movie "Two Lane Blacktop" running through the gears down the track @ Tulsa Raceway Park at the Second Annual "Duck Drags" June 28, 2009. Current owner Walt Bailey. Yes, this is the #2 car used for inside shots and filming. The camera mounts are still on the car.

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Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) - Trailer
Story of two men drag racing across the USA in a primer grey 55 Chevy. Dennis Wilson is the mechanic, James Taylor is the driver.





Two Lane Blacktop '55 car #2 on 2015 Barrett Jackson
Two Lane Blacktop '55 car #2 on 2015 Barrett Jackson





'Two-Lane Blacktop' | Critics' Picks | The New York Times
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Two Lane Blacktop car being unloaded
This is a car that was used during the filming of the the movie "Two Lane Blacktop" This was the #2 camera car used in the movie. This car is currently owned by Walt Bailey restored and certified by Richard Ruth who built the cars originally.It was being unload @ Tulsa Raceway Park for display at the Second Annual "Duck Drags" June 28, 2009




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