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Me & Dad’s ’63 Fairlane the day we brought it home.  No motor or transmission … but it did come equipped with “J.C.Penney” slicks! Yes, they sold drag slicks back in the day.  The purchase price for the car was an whopping $150.00 !

The first engine we ran in the ’63 … A 390 “FE” style Big Block,

bored .080” to accommodate a 406 rotating assembly … the 3-dueceset-up is off of an early model T-Bird.

The birth of the “Shenandoah Shaker” … making her first debut at Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro, Virginia.

Leaving the line with a new 428 “Super Cobra Jet” power plant

at Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro, Virginia.

The ’63 at “Thunder Valley”, Bristol International Dragway, Bristol

Tennessee … At this point the car had a narrowed rear with 4-link and coil-overs in the back, but kept the “ol’ skool” straight axle with leaf springs in the front.  The narrowed front axle was out of a Ford Econoline van!  The old “FE” style big block had been replaced with a 460 style big block.


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