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Goin' For it
Goin' For it
You can practically feel the exhaust from the "weed burners" (just like the crewman at right!) in this wild wheelie at Lions Drag Strip, circa 1963-64. Poster measures 12x18 inches and comes in a protective cardboard tube.
(12 x 18") # 3102
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Fuel Altereds Forever II
Fuel Altereds Forever II
Here are 26 MORE reasons why Bob McClurg is so famous for his black-&-white photography of AA/Fuel Altereds! (20 x 24") # 5444
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Pre-Historic Pro Stocks
Pre-Historic Pro Stocks
Remember when Pro Stockers were "real cars," shifted by real men (& women)? Here's the cream of the early crop, including Jenkins, Sox, Landy, Leal, Carlton, Nicholson, Gapp, Glidden, W.J., McCandless, Kanners, Shafiroff, Huff, Booth, Hill, Whisnant & Yowell, captured by Bob McClurg in all of their wheelstanding, speed-shifting glory. B&W poster is unsigned & unnumbered.
(20 x 24") # 5442
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Loner Orbit
Loner Orbit
Tony Nancy's Top Fueler reaches for the Texas sky in this award-winning Bob McClurg shot, newly available as a full-sized B&W poster. Its title derives from a combination of his slingshot's high altitude & his nickname, "The Loner" — bestowed in recognition of Tony's ability to tow to an event all by himself, if necessary, then qualify & go rounds with a pickup crew recruited entirely from eager fans. Unsigned & unnumbered.
(20 x 24") # 5443
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24,000 Horsepower
24,000 Horsepower!
All of Jim Lytle's Allison-powered creations are pictured & described, including the steel '34 Tudor that evolved into Big Al — history's first one-piece, fiberglass body (1964). Four-color printing on heavy (100 lb.), enameled stock. Un-numbered.
(18 x 24") # 4500
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Wild Willie in Your Face
Wild Willie in Your Face
The most-famous photograph ever shot of the Winged Express holds up remarkably well in this B&W poster, thanks to McClurg's photographic talent & large-format camera. Two inset photos capture the one-handed driving style of the late, great Willie Borsch; two more closeups show "Wild" Willie himself, sans helmet. Unsigned & unnumbered.
(20 x 24") # 5409
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Hot Rods as They Were in 1947
Hot Rods as They Were in 1947
Here's a second chance to collect the classic two-color poster published by author-historian Montgomery back in 1990. When we heard that Don had a few hundred unsold copies packed away, we cut a deal to bring them to HRN customers. Street, lakes & track cars of 1947 are included. All 18 B&W photos are captioned. The headline is printed in red.
(20 x 28") # 6036
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Fuel Altereds Forever
Fuel Altereds Forever
Here are 26 reasons why Bob McClurg is so famous for his black-&-white photography of AA/Fuel Altereds! With the original, Chevy-powered edition of Pure Hell as its centerpiece, McClurg's latest poster reincarnates the wildest "Awful Awfuls" of all time: Marcellus & Borsch; Pisano & Matsubara; Nanook; Rat Trap; the Mob; Pure Heaven; Bad Actor; Red Baron; Beaver Hunter; Magnificent Seven; Bad News Coupe; Panic; Super Rat; Lo Blow; Mike Sullivan; Black Magic; Scrounger; Bradford's Fiat; Tocco, Harper & Garten; Super Rat; Anaheim Speed Engineers. The B&W photos are printed on glossy, quality paper. A heavy cardboard tube provides protection.
(20 x 24") # 5408
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Funny Car Heroes I (1965-1968)
Funny Car Heroes I (1965-1968)
Funny Car pioneers include (L-R, from top) Dickie Harrell; Butch Leal; Don Nicholson's revolutionary Eliminator I; Gene Snow; Tom McEwen's Hemi Cuda; Don Gay; Bruce Larson's 'glass Chevelle; Steve Bovan; Eddie Schartman; Sox & Martin (center); Arnie Beswick; Bill Reick; Snodgrass & Manken; Jack Chrisman; Doug Thorley; Jungle Jim's Nova; Brutus; Tom Sturm; Color Me Gone; Landy's Dart; Gas Ronda vs. Doug Thorley; Melrose Missile vs. Sox; Mazmanian & Siroonian; Thorley's mid-motored Javelin. B&W.
(20 x 24") # 5404
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Funny Car Heroes II (1968-1972)
Funny Car Heroes II (1968-1972)
The doors had disappeared by the time this group appeared (L-R, from top): Dickie Harrell; Fred Goeske; Gene Conway's Destroyer vs. Brutus; Chi-Town Hustler; M/T & Ongais vs. Don Schumacher; Super Chief; Malcom Durham; Jungle Jim; Brand-X; Leroy Goldstein (center); Charlie Allen; Tom McEwen; Ray Alley; Gas Ronda; Tommy Grove; Candies & Hughes; Jim Annin's Challenger; Don Prudhomme's Snake II; Don Gay; Blue Max; Tasca's Super Boss; Jim Dunn's mid-engined Cuda (first pass!); Beebe Brothers. B&W.
(20 x 24") # 5405
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Funny Car Heroes III (1972-1978)
Funny Car Heroes III (1972-1978)
Drag racing's popularity probably peaked in the mid-Seventies. Here are 26 reasons why (L-R, from top): Whipple & McCulloch; Ramchargers; Hawaiian; Quickie II; Blue Max; Barry Setzer; Jeg's; Super Shaker; Jungle Jim vs. Twig Zeigler; Billy Meyer (center); M/T-Pulde; USA-1; Gold Digger; Shirley Muldowney; Gene Snow; Kenny Goodell; Wonder Wagon; Charlie Proite; M/T-Harrison; Super Chief; Mr. Norm-Safford; Boston Shaker-Segrini; Al Hanna; Dickie Harrell; Tom McEwen. B&W.
(20 x 24") # 5406
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Those Wild and Wooly Willys!
Those Wild And Wooly Willys!
The Gassers were the last real hot rods, & all models of 1933-41 Willys seemed well suited to the Gas classes' small-body/big-motor formula. Among the wildest racers ever were (L-R, from top): Mike Mitchell; GreenGo; Doug Cook; George Montgomery; Revenuer; Cook; Ron Bizio; Gary Burgin; Ron Cogskill; Mazmanian & Harryman (center); Keith Ferrell; Fantasia (on fuel!); Don Montgomery; Bones Balough; K.S. Pittman; James Boys; Zellar Bros.; Jim Marshall; Norm Day; K&G Speed; Concoction; Tom Prock; Les Davidson; Bobby Vaughn; Pittman. B&W.
(20 x 24") # 5407
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Awesome Austins And Anglias
Those Awesome Austins And Anglias
Photographer Bob McClurg brings back the glory days of gas coupes and sedans with his favorite action shots of traditional gassers from the 1960s and early '70s. Pictured are the steel-bodied beauties of John Mazmanian, K.S. Pittman, Bob Panella, Johnny Loper, the Kohler brothers, Junior Thompson, Manuel Herrera, the Del Rio brothers, Dan Brogiere, Steve Woods and Shores & Hess, among others. Powerplants range from big, blown Chryslers to injected small-blocks and inline sixes. McClurg traveled widely, shooting at tracks across the USA — most of which remain only in our memories (and Bob's photography!). B&W poster is unsigned and unnumbered.
(20 x 24") # 5410
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