John Kimble is better known for
his Top Fuel efforts but he did venture into Funny Car in 1978
with Bruce Iversen, both natives of Compton, California. Kimble
was a contractor and Iversen built fiberglass bodies. The two
joined forces with this sleek gold and black Iversen Monza. The
team had Jake Johnston driving at Bakersfield in 1978. Johnston,
fresh from the Pisano & Matsubara Monza, got a 6.59 out of
the car. The team soon split up. Kimble went back to his fueler
and Iversen went back to alcohol funny cars.
Jim Dunn, his first outing
in his Dunn & Reath rear engine Woody car at OCIR.
This shot is on the site
but this is bigger and sharper. Classic,
One of drag racing characters
was Joe Jacono. This was the car before he unleashed his series
of "Rollin' Stoned" flopper.
Have no info on "Boss's
Cuda" but my guess is this particular version was, as they