Kent Fuller only built 4 rear
engine Top Fuelers. Don Prudhomme's "Yellow Feather"
was one and argueably the most famous. It was a light weight
because Fuller rifle drilled ALL the bolts, Dzus fastners and
rear axles to remove weight. So all the 3/8 bolts had 3/16 holes
drilled through them except for the heads of the bolts as example.
Don ran this car into the 1972 season until the Matel.
Dwight Salisbury getting suited
up on the right, getting ready to climb into his 'Salisbury Stake'
The Greek at Beeline
in 1972 after he took the wedge tail off his Woody car.
This is the only photo I've ever
seen of a GuZler RED. The number suggests John McNew was the
driver but not one shot of it running. No wing puts it cerca
Herm Petersen during the 1973
NHRA Winternationals. Next to him is John Stewart who purchased
his 1972 Woody car seen below.
Davey Uyehara in the 1973 version
of Larry Huff's "Soapy Sales" car at Irwindale. Mark
Danekas and Bill Holland on the right side.