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What is better than Old Milwaukee & Pabst ??

T/F & F/C in Jan . Received my yearly dosage of nitro .Way cool '34 on display at the NHRA winter test at PBIR . Oh yes some way fast passes in T/F 3.70's & F/C 4.003 . The scenery wasn't bad either .
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Nothing like Top Fuel!! Everyone needs to experience it in person at least once! Although that last pic is something else we all need to experience too...
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Cool pics, those are some wild drawers too.


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Some thing else a person should see . T/F hydro drag boats . Have had the opportunity twice in my life . "84 in Oak Ridge , Tn & 2002 in Gadsden , Al. Imagine the 6000+ H.P in a small dragboat . The scenery at those 2 events wasn't bad either plus they ran every class of boat . Blown alcohol hydro , B/A flat & etc. A most memorable event. Going back today to get another dose of nitro . Leaving at 11 am.
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