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Eric Storms of Asable Forks, New York, has a unique 300 that features a Magnum wagon nose. His three runs of 12.582, 12.537, and 12.457 made his average a 12.525. Stafford, Virginia's Peter Mitchell and his Challenger ran some serious 11-second e.t's. His three runs of 11.152, 11.268, and 11.288 made his average an 11.236-good enough to take runner-up honors in the Late-Model Hemi True Street Shootout.
Eric Storms of Asable Forks, New York, has a unique 300 that features a Magnum wagon nose.
Richard Kravchuk and his Charger ran a very respectable average of 14.643 by running 14.343, 15.258, and 14.324. In the left lane is Brook, New York's Jason Justice. Jason's three runs averaged 12.277, which made him the 12-second average winner.
Richard Kravchuk and his Charger ran a very respectable average of 14.643 by running 14.34
The Charger in the right lane is Wantach, New York's Dan VanHorn. Dan was unable to make all three runs, but if he had been able, his 12.124 and 12.259 mean he would have been a contender. Wendy Robertson of Lorain, Ohio, was able to make all three passes-12.587, 12.621, and 12.635, and they made an average of 12.614.
The Charger in the right lane is Wantach, New York's Dan VanHorn. Dan was unable to make a
In the race of "Hey, it's a red Charger," the right lane is Chris Janczy of Hazlet, New Jersey, who just happened to have a three run average of 13.013, making him the 13-second average award winner. The other red Charger in the left lane is Rob Lovelace of Pasadena, Maryland, and his 13.063, 13.162, and 13.167, made his average a 13.131.
In the race of "Hey, it's a red Charger," the right lane is Chris Janczy of Hazlet, New Je
The right lane's Bill Timperio of Jamison, Pennsylvania, and his gorgeous blue Challenger ran 14.289, 14.267, and 14.853, making his average 14.590. In the other lane, Greg Green drove his Charger to an average e.t. of 13.085. The Pittman, New Jersey, native did it with runs of 13.170, 13.019, and 13.065.
The right lane's Bill Timperio of Jamison, Pennsylvania, and his gorgeous blue Challenger
If you want to be different, race a 13-second Jeep. Jeremy Adams of Adamstown, Pennsylvania, did just that and averaged 13.622 for his three runs. In the other lane, Nicholas Primero of Rensselaer, New York, and his Charger ran an average of 13.096
If you want to be different, race a 13-second Jeep. Jeremy Adams of Adamstown, Pennsylvani
Even the truck guys can in the True Street Shootout. Steven Gardiner brought his new Ram from East Greenwich, Rhode Island, and ran three 16-second e.t's, with an average of 16.214. In the left lane, Curt Lau of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and his Charger ran a 14.096, 14.209, and a 14.272, making his average a 14.192.
Even the truck guys can in the True Street Shootout. Steven Gardiner brought his new Ram f
Talk about a quick street car, the right lane's Anthony Berge and his Charger won the event with an average e.t. of 11.093. The left lane's David Johnson, of Bristol, Connecticut, won the 14-second average award with his 14.008-how's that for almost perfect?
Talk about a quick street car, the right lane's Anthony Berge and his Charger won the even
Literally hauling butt with his truck is Greg Fricker of Hatboro, Pennsylvania. His runs of 15.315, 15.514, and 15.438 gave him an average of 15.422. That was good enough to make him the 15-second average award winner. Joseph Balle of Edison, New Jersey, drove his Magnum to a 13.455 average, with runs of 13.441, 13.516, and 13.407.
Literally hauling butt with his truck is Greg Fricker of Hatboro, Pennsylvania. His runs o
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