A thundering supercharged, big block Chevy stuffed into a classic Camaro dipped in blue. One mean pony car.
One mean yankee and a hard-charger in the quarter. '74 Vega with a blown Hemi is in the winner circle often.
Motor City is represented with the Detroit Thunder '55' T-bird a nostalgia favorite and a hard runner.
From the greater Philadelphia area, the Funny Farmer a 1972 Pinto is a work horse keeping the competition honest.
The Cordoba gets its proper due when pounding the quarter mile. No rich, corinthian leather in this beast.
Nothing says muscle car like a '71 Dodge Challenger especially one with a blown Donovan right out of the 70s.
A strong funny car called Overload will grab your attention very quickly and overload your senses.
The Pol-Cal Racing Corvette rocks the competitors with their powerful Small Block Chevy and sleek curves.
New this season and hoping to pound the quarter mile with the competition is the Quarter Pounder '79 Firebird.
Red Barn Cuda is a re-creation from the glory days of funny car match racing in the mid-west.
This '69 Camaro puts smiles on faces with its big burnouts and quick ETs. Fast and loud.
This re-creation is straight out of the late '70s and goes straight down the track into the winners circle.
One of the mid-west greats from the 70's is still doing it and keeping the young guys in his rearview.
This period-perfect Vega is the second car out of the Funny Farm and always thrills the crowd with great runs.
Streakers Ride is white lightning and pure thunder on the strip. This is one team to never count out.
Henry Sweetman & the boys match raced the car in the mid 80's and continue today with the GLNFCC.
A cornerstone of the GLNFCC bringing big smokey burnouts and dry-hops Total Insanity never ceases to please.
The Buick Somerset Regal with 572" billet big block chevy blowing minds with its looks and performance.