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302 powered chevy nova

it wasnt the fastest thing ever but it was fun, my 302 chevy powered 64 nova, 1st part of the video is back from 05 when i was running 13.00-13.50's the 2nd part of the video is from 2008 and my best was a 12.53 @109 mph. at 1:18 it switches over to 2008. the 1st race form 08 you will see is me vs the red Mustang that was the trophy round. we both redialed i dialed from a 12.70 to a 12.68 and i ended up running a 12.70 the tiny chevy was victorius then the next race was the 20th of septmber i sucked, brokeout 1st round redlit in the 64 car shootout oh well, racing is coming up in may time to go racing again! and no, i dont have slicks in ay of the shots. not bad for running mid 12's with consistent 2.0-2.3 60 foot times WOW! gotta thank my sponsors, here they are in no particular order feel good ink, best tattoo shop in spokane, tell them you saw their name on my car!!! stylin works decals look em up in spokane wa! ask for allan tell him you saw the yellow nova and scooter sent you! billy from, good-guys towing the 6-pack racing team of randy and evette lerch they run in the modifed classes of roundy round land the entire sobdvd crew! www.sobdvd.com they make some badd as videos including the one your watching. tobys battery and auto electric the tranny shack, ask for perry tell him scooter sent you! DAD ! couldnt of done it without you man, the tools the support the knowledge, thank you. MOM miss you alot R.I.P 12-21-55 12-22-05 DAVE of the chevy store jeff cassell of cassell engines bill the portmaster lane and landon from reiners automotive ron of rons hotrod and custom autobody and of course my friends, austin,craig, zach, for the bad ass help at the track laying down vht lashin valves whatever the hell needed to be done got done. THANKS GUYS!


 


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