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  • Bamajak
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    I remembered he named the car Hopper because it "hopped" thru the corners.

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  • Bamajak
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    Did you ever see Mark Stahl race?

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  • StudeDave57
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    Good ol' El Cajon Speedway!!!! I've spent many a Saturday Night at that there 3/8s mile~ It's a shame that it got ripped up. Thankfully Sweet Pea got a lap or two 'round it before hand.
    Yes- parade laps count.

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  • Bamajak
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    I may know who owned the car. A friend of mine who I helped on his crew running Winston Cup in the late 80's raced at El Cajon before he raced cup. (He also won the Baja race 3 times) I asked if he ever raced a Studebaker and he said he was at a junk yard one day and saw a old Studebaker race car. He purchased the car and when someone wanted to drive he let them drive the Studebaker. His name is Mark Stahl

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  • kurtruk
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    Fibreglas front end on the T-bird? Notice the headlight "blanks."

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Or the Hawk had more 'wedge'...

    Originally posted by Chris Pile View Post
    Guess the TBird had more lift than the Hawk.

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  • Deaf Mute
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    Do you suppose the Tbird has "overdrive"?

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  • Chris Pile
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    Guess the TBird had more lift than the Hawk.

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  • jclary
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    Sure...if the blunderbird won't get outta th' way...just tunnel under him! (That's the way I want to interpret it.)

    Otherwise...OUCH!

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  • DEEPNHOCK
    started a topic Spot The Stude (Race Version)

    Spot The Stude (Race Version)

    Lap 61?
    Jeff

    El Cajon near San Diego...Early seventies..


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