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Ron Capps goes AA/FA (1 Viewer)

Cliff

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The body on Capp's AA/FA is like Mike Sullivan ran back around 1970. I saw that car run at Lions, Irwindale, etc. 99" wheelbase, would get sideways doing the burnout. But, it would usually go straight (well, straight for a AA/FA), cuz the chassis was kinda like a funny car. Car sat low, like in the photo. Usually run real low 7's at around 200.
 

twostep

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I hope it's an actual nitro AA/FA and not a alcohol piece. If you're gonna display your balls, might as well go balls-out.
 

Nunz

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The body on Capp's AA/FA is like Mike Sullivan ran back around 1970. I saw that car run at Lions, Irwindale, etc. 99" wheelbase, would get sideways doing the burnout. But, it would usually go straight (well, straight for a AA/FA), cuz the chassis was kinda like a funny car. Car sat low, like in the photo. Usually run real low 7's at around 200.
The body is actually from Sullivan’s current AA/FA. Sullivan put a ‘23 T body on his car and is running an injected nitro motor in it.
 

n/a

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The body is actually from Sullivan’s current AA/FA. Sullivan put a ‘23 T body on his car and is running an injected nitro motor in it.
Unfortunately the only oil down today at the MM was from that pretty blue Fiat.
 

SoCal Racer

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I can't help but wonder if they named it "Good News" in hopes of warding off the bad booga-booga that the "Bad News" AA/FA encountered in 2017...
 

stitcherbob

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I can't help but wonder if they named it "Good News" in hopes of warding off the bad booga-booga that the "Bad News" AA/FA encountered in 2017...
That's what happens when you hold these races in California...the occasional earthquake shakes everything up.....
 

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