The car count was down a little this year due to some weather in the
area but the quality and variety more that made up for it. We saw a
Street Rodder Magazine Top Ten award winner, the pace car replica
that A.J. Foyt rejected when he won the 1967 Indy 500, a purple
convertible top imported from England, a few land cruisers, plenty of
hot rods, muscle cars, street rods and dragsters. The 20th Century
Chevy car club in Washington, IN is host for this annual two-day
event that also includes a Saturday night of dragging Main Street.
This 1962 Chevy Bel-Air Bubble Top is as
close to factory original as you can get.
Under the hood we find a 409 HP 409 C.I.
hooked to a 4-speed Borg Warner tranny.
Radio and heater delete with a factory Sun
tach. Larry Frederick is the owner of this
Street Rodder Top Ten Award winner.