MORE Nitro Nostalgia Funny Cars
A Collectable Must
Have for Nostalgia Funny Car fans...!
Time: 60 min. Just $19.00
The follow-up video to Nitro
Nostalgia Funny Cars (for sale below) is now ready for
public sale. By popular demand, JBV decided to include ALL the
Funnys, except maybe one, that attended the 2008 & 2009 March
Meets and thus, the More Nitro Funnys DVD was created.
The variety and popularity of
the Funny Cars is just too big not to include the fans
favorite floppers, which is probably ALL of them.
Funnys at Famoso Raceway, Bakersfield,
CA. - 2008 & 2009. Also included is Pro NHRA racers, Ron
Capps and Jack Beckman driving a Nostalgia Funny Car. Buckys
Funny Car isthe worlds quickest Nostalgia Funny Car at this time
and included in both DVDs.
Nitro Nostalgia Funny Cars
A Collectable Must
Have for Nostalgia Funny Car fans...!
Time: 60 min. Just $19.00
Over 25 Nostalgia Funny
Cars competing at Famoso Raceway, Bakersfield, California..
CACKLEFEST 2005 & 2007
A great compilation
of two CHRR Cacklefests PLUS Top Fuel action!
See the debut of "TV Tommy"
Ivo in Ron Johnson's "Barnstormer". Plus Ed "The
Ace" McCulloch in the "Northwind"; "Big Daddy"
Don Garlits; Jerry "The King" Ruth; Kuhl & Olson;
Beebe & Mulligan; Warren-Coburn-Miller; The Starlite; Frantic
4; BankAmericar; Tom Hanna and 50 more! A nitro overload.
This video is the CHRR 2005 &
2007 Cacklefests at Famoso, rounding out the last few minutes
with Hot...! Top Fuel action outtakes.
Lots of flames and unrestricted
Time: 60 min. Just $19.95
"Old Funny Cars N'Force"
The Jackson Bros captured, on
film, many of the greatest Funny Car racers of all time, at Fremont
Raceway, in the early to late 70's. The J Bros shot with a Nikon
Super 8 film camera that had a great Slow Motion feature built
in, and they used it on many a burnout and launch of those Nitro
powered Hot Rods. Tire shake and body flex were just as BAD then
as it is now, and is plainly evident in this great, rare glimpse
at some of the wildest, greatest Funny Cars that ever traveled
the 1320. Here's a partial list of the racers included in this
program... John Force, Don Prudhomme, Jungle Jim, Ed McCulloch,
Tommy Ivo, Don Schumacher, Tom McEwen, Roland Leong, Tom Hoover,
Connie Kalitta, Shirley Muldowney, Jungle Pam, Linda Vaughn,
Pisano-Matsabura, I'll John Lombardo, Jim Dunn, Pat Minnick,
Gary Densham, John Mazmanian, Steve Leach, Billy Meyer, Kenny
Goodell, Jerry Ruth, Danny Ongias, Ron Colson, Dale Pulde, Condit
Bros, Jim Terry, Pandemonium, John Hovan, Gene Snow, Henry Harrison.....and
many more. Includes 18 min. of bonus music by Stephen Elliott....(Alternative
Jazz Rock Instrumental). Time: 60 min.
PLUS YOU GET
"Time Traveling The 1320"
- The jazz rock soundtrack
by young Sacramento, CA. musician, Stephen Elliott, compliments
the graphic action and color of the video, Old Funny Cars N'Force.
The CD, "Time Traveling The 1320" that comes with the
DVD allows you to enjoy the music while driving down the highway,
get togethers, working around the house, or just plain "working
out". The Jackson Bros did not have sound cameras in the
60's and 70's, but a video with good travelin' background music
always adds flavor to the visual experience of watching the legendary
Funny Car Racers of the 1960s & 70s.
Traveling The 1320" CD Available Separately
Time: 78 min.
Famoso March Meet Oldies
All color historical film with
music background of the 1st & 2nd March Meet at Famoso Raceway,
Bakersfield....plus other early M.M. footage. A narrated 2nd
edition with driver IDs will possibly be made before the 50th
Anniversary race in 2009. This is incredible footage with just
about ALL the biggest names in Drag Racing, at that time, in
1959 & 60.
A driver/car list is now being compiled and may be available
to the public by Jan 2008. As is, this video will excite the
hearts and stir the minds of the Geezers, Fans, and Historians
of the "Good Old Days" of Drag Racing.
Time: 59 min. $19.00
Fuelers-1960's Video Scrapbook Series #1
Nothing but 60's Fuelers, mainly from the SF Bay
Area and Northern Calif. smoking the tires like it really was
in the early to mid 60's. There's special notice to John Batto
of Sonoma, CA., who the video was originally made for, as a birthday
present by friend and former crewman, Rod Blake. They also added
many of the Southern California cars as well as the touring big
guys like Don Garlits, Art Malone, Connie Kalitta, and many others.
It's all in color and put to light traveling rock music. There
is no narration or titling at this time. This is a must have
collectible if you're a Fueler Fan of the 60's. Just $19.95
nitro cackle...and the glorious cars of the 60's are highlighted,
along with original footage of many of these memory makers in
their hey-day, the good ole' days. Various hot cars and the honorees
are included. (92 Minutes)
A Night of Cackle &
Flames....60min.-----DVD or VHS---$19.00
***The Sound of Nitro...The Flames of Nitro...The Excitement
Top Fuel qualifying and all the Cacklefest Cars "under the
lights" at the NHRA 12th. Hot Rod Reunion ~ 2003~ Famoso
Raceway~Bakersfield,Calif. Also included is Mike Boyd driving
the wild and wooly "Marcellus & Borsch" AA/FA and
the "Pick Your Part" wheelstanding pickup.
You'll get nothing but
today's Front Motored Fuel Dragsters along with 45 minutes of
rare, never before seen film footage shot from 1959 to 1962 by
the Jackson Bros. and their buddies. Big name drivers of the
60's like Garlits, Prudhomme, Kalitta, Chris Karamesines, James
Warren and many more are included along with the big name drivers
of today like Ted Taylor, Paul Romine, Bill Dunlap, Jerry Steiner,
Dan Horan, Bob Hallock and many more ! The original film footage
will be accompanied by music & narration while the modern
footage will deliver full unrestricted sound of nitro breathing
Top Fuel Dragsters. (90 Minutes)
On the edge
fuelers and wall crunching action will take you to the extreme
side of nostalgia drag racing. Also included are the popular
blown altereds and super charged gassers. The Goodguys
races are the best with the hottest and fastest covering
the quarter mile at Famoso and Sears Point in 2000. You will
get the added benefit of great audio since the live action is
not talked over and actual recording levels were not softened.
Youll see and hear drag racing the way it should be on
a T.V. set. So crank it up, buckle up and shut up. Its
time for some serious nostalgia. (60
This program contains
some of the rarest historical film ever seen on the 1960's Drag
Racing machinery. With a unique collection of Front Engine Fuelers,
Funny Cars, AFXers, Wheelstanders, Oddballs and Exhibition cars,
this video will go down in Drag Racing history as the greatest
collection of colorful nostalgia on one video cassette. Hot Rod
events announcer Dan Danner describes all the special historical
sequences. This program is full of spectacular "live"
action shots of cars losing the battle of the Quarter Mile, whether
from crashing, burning, wheelstanding or going every way but
straight. Strict safety rules pays off as no driver is seriously
hurt in this program. We've honored Austin Coil and Pat Minick
in a special workup on the famed "Chi Town Hustler"
FunnyCar. We'll also turn loose the Hi-Tech, hard charging big
boys of the '90s with unrestricted sound in all their four and
five second glory. Sooner or later, Drag Racing will take you
to the wild side and so will Wildshots Oldies & Goodies!
The Jackson Bros. have
taken from their vast film and video archives a mix of rare film
footage from the '50s, '60s and early '70s and coupled it with
some modern day nostalgia to make a hot rod Drag Racing video
like no other. The theme of this program is based on then and
now sequences going from the past all the way to the present.
We use descriptive titling and light rock music behind rare film
sequences and the modern footage puts forth unrestricted live
action audio. There are comical moments and there are serious
moments just like in real life. Dave Tedford summed it nicely
after crashing in his top fuel nostalgia dragster when he said,
"Oh well, that's drag racing!" You will meet Dave in
this program and see other drag racers in the same "oh well!"
situation. Blown Altereds, Gassers, Dragsters and Smokers are
highlighted. You will come to realize and agree with the Jackson
Bros. that nostalgia is wild !!!!!! (90
ALL-color film footage
dating to 1964. Dedicated to the AA/Fuel Altereds, this video
depicts the typical "wild and crazy" type of action
these cars displayed. Their unwillingness to "go straight"
will not be a faded remembrance or a dusty photo or even small
talk about the good old days...NO! Fuel Altereds are still charging
down the 1320 on this Jackson Bros. video. Rare fuel altereds
include: (Marcellas & Borsch) "Winged Express,"
(Rich Guasco) "Pure Hell," (Dave Hough) "Nanook,"
(Moore-Oates-Bradley) "The Mob," Burkholder Brothers,
(Fred Sorensen) "Warlock I," (Leon Fitzgerald) "Pure
Heaven," (Nick Otto) "Warlock II," (Rod Hynes)
"Coors Light," (Richard Langson) Texas Ranger,"
"Quality Auto," Thomas & Pritchard, Higley &
Hubbard, Trillo Brothers, "The Scrounger," "Savage
Jr.," "Blue Max," Mondello's Porting Service,
"Instant T" & "Black Magic" plus many
more hard charging competition altereds. (60 Minutes)
Modern day Fuel Altereds
are just as wild and squirrelly as they were in the 60's. The
unrestricted sound of these and many other altereds found in
this program will satisfy your hunger for that "on line"
noisy, supercharged thunder! Wild footage includes Richard Langson's
"Texas Ranger," Impulse, Coors Light, The Outlaw, The
Trillo Bros., Law & Disorder and a special workup on the
awesome "Mob" Fuel Altered. Nostalgia and Comp Altereds
included. Fuel Altereds Forever ! (120
All color film footage
with narration and music, including modern nostalgia live action
video. The greatest nostalgia tape on Willys, Anglias and Austins
ever made. How about the Stone, Woods & Cook vs. Big John
Mazmanian rivalry of 1965? You'll see many other famous gasser
teams, too: Jack "The Bear" Coonrod, K.S. Pittman,
Jr. Thompson, The Kohler Brothers, Ariso Brothers, Hill Brothers,
Mallicoat Brothers, Brasher & Cummings, Fred Texiera, Shores
& Hess, Mike "The Hippie" Mitchell, Panella Trucking,
Souza Brothers, Balough-Dubach & Pisano, The Del Rio Bros.,
Ron Nunes, and more ! Willys fans will freak out over the vast
numbers of '33 and '41 Willys shown. Numerous blown, injected,
wheelstanding '49-'51 Anglias and Prefects will thrill even the
most discerning English Ford fans, and many of our wildest '48-'51
Austin shots are included. There are other popular makes ranging
from '37 Chevy coups, Henry Js, and "shoebox" Chevys.
Are there "Wild Shots" on this tape? Of coarse! A few
scary wipe-outs are shown, but no serious injuries were incurred.
depicts their 2 fuelers racing other top name cars at the Goodguys
VRA events. All the smoke and thunder these cars produce are
captured by the Jackson Bros, close up and intense, without any
audio restrictions. There's no lengthy chit-chat, but true spontaneous
excitement when Mendy Fry tells you what it's like to go 251mph
just after blasting off a 5:87sec. pass in the MasterCam fueler.
That run made Mendy the first lady Drag Racer to go over 250mph
in a Nostalgia Top Fuel Dragster. Sean Bellemeur drives the Plaza
Hotel fueler and shows great promise as the new "young hero"
of the class. His list of wins, the first year out, are impressive.
If you enjoy the excitement of Nostalgia Top Fuel, you will not
be disappointed with this High Speed "Action Outtake"
smoker. Tracks include, Famoso,
Las Vegas, & Pomona. (56
Better know as the 5th
Annual Jim Davis Memorial Hot Rod Drags. Every category of nostalgia
covered with special old timer interviews. Featured speakers
include Jim McLennan, Rich Guasco, Tom Prufer, and Gerry Steiner.
Heavy coverage of all hot classes, include Top Fuelers, Gasser,
etc. This is a Goodguys Association event tape, held at Sears
Point, CA May 1993. (60 Minutes)
All classes of Drag Racing
machinery from modern to nostalgia have one goal in common and
that is to get down the drag strip in a straight line as quick
as possible without blowing up parts or crashing. Lets
get real for a moment. Once upon the quarter mile anything can
happen. Not only does this tape show an abundance of neat looking
cars making hard straight passes with unrestricted audio, well
also include wildshots!
You will see crashes,
fires, wheelstands, smokin burnouts, into the wall, sideways,
squirrelly and just about anything out of the normal. Beautiful
cars doing some ugly things. NHRA strict safety rules pay off
as no critical injury accidents will take place in this video.
Most drivers walk away unharmed.
Those Awful-Awful Altereds
are back! Many of the 60's Altereds have been restored to life
and they're still wild as ever. Featured cars include The Rat
Trap and The Marcellus & Borsch restored AA/FAs. Other cars
include, Pure Hell, Pure Heaven, Nanook, Toco-Harper-Garten,
The Mob, Burkholder Bros, Randy Bradford, Woody "Pops"
Duke, Panic, J&S Speed Shop, Blairs, and many more Bad Boy
Altereds of the 2000's. This time, you get to see them and hear
them on DVD as well as VHS. The color and audio is outstanding
as the Jackson Bros are now using industrial digital video cameras
to capture the excitement of Nostalgia Drag Racing. Tracks include
Bakersfield, Sears Point, and Las Vegas. (84 Minutes)
Located along the California
Coast about 20 miles south of San Francisco lies the historic
Half Moon Bay Dragstrip. All of the big name drag racers of the
late '50s to the late '60s competed there before thousands of
enthusiastic fans. The track closed around 1968 and it was not
until October 29, 1994 did the track re-open for "Sound
Tests" of mild to hot drag racing machinery for environmental
impact studies. Local prominent citizen of Half Moon Bay, Bot
Senz, and his friend Lenny Kolstad have spearheaded efforts to
revive the track which would center around the promotion and
development of the Jr. Drag Racing League created by NHRA. Stock
cars with capped headers would compete once a month with an occasional
nostalgia drag race. Bob Senz has waged a tough uphill battle
against environmentalists, local boards and home owners with
irrational, unfounded misconceptions. The name Drag Racing still
carries a stigma and still gets a "bad rap" since its
inception. The question is: Do we "blot out" Drag Racing
to save the earth or do we let Earth take care of itself and
save our youth and human spirit? (54
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