Ricky's Dragster Garage 34
Krista Baldwin's drag racing adventure continues...
This clip had 52 initial hits before I saw that I had to correct some
And you can get ahold of Rick MacDonald, of "Pro-Air Motorsports", at (760)
That's it for now.
Ricky's Dragster Garage 49
More of the function at the "Junction" at the NHRA Finals.
The Poacher's, Andy's ride, Waterman/Hampshire, and Southwind III....
Ricky's Dragster Garage 28
Krista Baldwin heads for Barona Raceway. And the outing will hopefully
result in a "Competition License". Let's see how she does.
By the way...
Anybody looking to get ahold of Ricky--here's his number: 760-443-1439.
And after 201 initial hits and some minor corrections. Here is a new and
Ricky's Dragster Garage 23
No it's not racing, BUT......
Owning and operating a cackle car has its risks.
As little as we do with them, the average person might think that a cackle
car can be a "turn key" proposition. Well, after being on the cackle path
since 1992, I can tell you that it isn't without some very harry moments.
And you have to be on the lookout, ALL THE TIME, for potential failures.
How my drag racing heroes actual raced these things week in and week out,
becomes more astounding as the years go by. And it also makes these cars
even more of a curiosity to the average person on the street, which only
adds to their appeal, and value.
Almost nothing on these cars has back up. When something fails it can
instantly result in an accident. Take the two pieces shown here in this
A rocker arm stand and a steering rod end. Two piece that were set to
fully fail, but unfortunately didn't, prior to a performance.
Was it luck? Good fortune? The late great Pat Foster tapping us on the
I dunno. All I know is--as Patty told us over and over again--
And if you want to touch base with Ricky, his shop phone number is (760)
That's all for now.
More to come.