Indianapolis Raceway Park, 2004: Harry Holton, the 73 year old drag racing pioneer, tunes Jeg Coughlin’s Hemi-Cuda to the MOPAR Hemi title at the U.S. Nationals!

Pomona Winternationals, 1970: The field was filled by cars of every description when Pro Stock began. Shown here is Dale Falk’s original Hemi Duster, sponsored by La Jolla Chrysler Plymouth near San Diego. In the back ground, preparing to run, is the ’69 Camaro of Don Lorentzen. (Photo by

OCIR, July 11, 1970: Bill Bagshaw drove his ‘Red Light Bandit’ ’68 Dart to the feature win over Ruel Nichol.  The Dart was an original Super Stocker which Bagshaw raced in unlimited Super Stock during the ’69 season with great success. (Photo by Bob McClurg)

Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. Nationals, 1970: Two months later, Bill Bagshaw’s new Ron Butler built ’71 Challenger claimed the Best Engineered honor for the West Coast pro stock contingent.  (Photo by Pat Smith)