August 13, 2004 
Flashback Friday - The Great Race!!

Kenny Walsh in Mr 409 was the star of the night. "The Kid" stopped Allen Obenchain's 426 Max Wedge Dodge in the finals of Nostalgia Super Stock. 

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Nos S/Stock Ken Walsh 63 Chevy 409 10.12 .051 10.135 134.32
RU Allen Obenchain 64 Polara 426 MAX 11.22 .097 11.298 121.08
Nos/Street Jeromy Poust 70 Nova 396 12.12 .205 12.501 88.95
RU Kevin Moncavage 73 Cuda 426 Hemi 9.50 .046 Broke -------
Top Street George Eyster 86 Monte 421 10.55 .013 10.556 127.84
RU Ed Brady 67 Camaro 383 10.39 .083 10.418 133.39
Sport Bike Jeff Fuoss 96 Kawasaki 750 14.70 .036 14.739 88.29
RU Bill Maturo Sr 01 Busa 1300 11.45 .153 11.341 120.17
Street Stick Barry Parson 85 Mustang 289 12.62 .242 12.612 110.19
RU Rich McGowan 02 Mustang 4.6 13.65 -.013 13.884 100.60
Street Auto Terry Brouse 87 Z-28 350 12.04 .176 12.088 110.91
RU Butchy Rump 92 Beretta 3.1 17.44 .291 17.507 77.72
Out Law  Dan Swank 79 Malibu 355 10.76 .117 10.764 125.66
RU Wesley Thomas 85 S-10  350 13.55 Broke -------- --------


George Eyster's 421 inch Monte Carlo won the Top Street Invitational.

Scott Hausenaur's unique 455 `63 Tempest ran 9.93 at 136.71 in Outlaw Street.

Mike Miller's 390 AMX went two rounds in Outlaw Street. 
All the great cars come out for Flashback Friday.

For the second year in a row the Poust 396 Nova won Nostalgia Street. 
This time with Jeromey Poust doing the driving.

 

 

 

THE GREAT RACE!!!

Kenny "The Kid" Walsh in Mr. 409 was the star of the show. The original 409/409 ran 10.10's all night long defeating the 426 Max Wedge Allen Obenchain in the finals of Nostalgia Super Stock.

Allen Obenchain's 426 Max Wedge made it to the finals by defeating Harvey Richard's identical `64 Dodge 426 Max Wedge with a better 11.27 to 11.12. Yes, he had the light.

Andy Jensen ran an unreal 6.78 at 212.97 MPH in Street trim!!

Ed Youmaus in the Norristown Ford T-Bolt cranked out a 10.35 at 132.41 MPH before breaking the rear in the semi's. He was the last Ford standing and was looking good.

Defending champion, Ken Montgomery lost in the first round to eventual champion, Kenny Walsh when the 409 ran under the record with a 10.07 on a 10.12 to the Hemi's 9.40 on a 9.40 record.

The place was packed again. Nostalgia racing happens at "The Beaver".

Talk about legends, Bill Stiles brought out his original Hemi Cuda.

Carl Buck's 409 was looking real fine. 10,24 at 132.74 MPH!!!
Charlie Baesch's 421 set low ET for Pontiacs with a 9.977 at 134.08 MPH.

Frank Pellegrini in the 422 Motorsports factory lightweight 427 Galaxy ran 9.98 at 133.39 MPH before being side lined by mechanical woes.

Alex Cortezzo Sr and Jr had their Max Wedges flying. 10.40's at 130 MPH!!

Nostalgia Super Stocks. Don't you just love it!!!

Stephanie "Cutie" DiMino ran 9.55 at 142.02 MPH in the former Vince Piggins owned factory built ZL-1 427 Impala. She's the niece of the past director of Chevrolet Racing.

George Abert's Jr's SS/D 427 Fairlane nailed down a below the record 10.30 at 129.57.

Talk about rare, George Abert's all original 390, 3-2bbl 401 HP `61 Starliner.

Allen Kohr's one off factory lightweight Hemi Super Bee ran an incredible 9.54 at 143.35 MPH after weighing in at 3660 pounds!! LIGHTWEIGHT??

Steve Moyer ran a great 10.61 at 128.64 MPH but red lighted to Abert's 427 Fairlane.

The Legends 2004
(From left) Ken Montgomery, Dick Brannan, Sam Auxier, Bruce Larson, Darwin and Pat Doll, Dick McLaughlin, Rich LeMont, Bill Stiles. 

Two of the greatest. Kenny Montgomery and Dick Brannan. 

Tag Team stoppie. The Psychogang was up to new tricks again. Great riding!!

Flashback Friday means a Full House.

The Jack Werst "Jersey Duke" 426 Max Wedge Plymouth with Bill Murphy driving.

Allen George's "Lil Screamer" 409 `62 Chevy ran a 10.96 at 123.62 MPH.


Army Armstrong's Nostalgia Vega Funny Car added some excitement.

Turbo Bob Shields ran a 7.88 at 177.75 MPH losing to the Doc with a 7.66 at 181.22.

Mr 409, Kenny "The Kid" Walsh. What a driver!!