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Moneymaker
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posted 03-22-2003 07:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moneymaker   Click Here to Email Moneymaker     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
MILLINGTON, Tenn. - Final order after 4 rounds of qualifying in Stock Eliminator at the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, South Central Division, event at Memphis Motorsports Park:

Psn--Num--Class-Driver, Home Town, Machine-----------------ET---Index---(+/-)

1 2106 JT/SA Richard Taylor, Byhalia MS, '01 S-10 15.351 16.75 -1.399
2 3611 V/SA Jonathan Tarrance, Bremen KY, '84 Monte Ca 14.406 15.80 -1.394
3 5103 F/S Danny Byrd, Sikeston MO, '67 Chevy II 10.829 12.10 -1.271
4 4113 GT/SA Billy Lynn, Searcy AR, '95 S-10 12.582 13.85 -1.268
5 5300 B/FIA Al Corda, Elk Mound WI, '99 Firebird 10.464 11.70 -1.236
6 4214 CT/SA Sam Lusco Jr, Houma LA, '96 Dakota 11.771 13.00 -1.229
7 4731 D/SA Austin Ford, Spring TX, '67 Shelby 10.669 11.85 -1.181
8 5224 G/S John Hladky, Stuart NE, '66 Nova 11.023 12.20 -1.177
9 4696 I/SA Bill Bogues, Bethany LA, '69 Nova 11.445 12.60 -1.155
10 3105 K/S Rob Turkal, Rapids City IL, '65 Malibu 11.711 12.85 -1.139
11 4517 H/FIA Patrick Courts, New Iberia LA, '87 Trans Am12.315 13.45 -1.135
12 2189 B/FIA Harold Culpepper, Pine Mtn. Valley GA, '90 10.567 11.70 -1.133
13 4648 F/FIA Kent LaPorte, New Iberia LA, '85 Camaro 11.819 12.95 -1.131
14 3391 H/SA Jerry Bennett, Mayfield KY, '79 Aspen 11.322 12.45 -1.128
15 3066 R/SA Bert Morgan, Charleston IL, '75 Buick 13.226 14.35 -1.124
16 2069 J/SA George Widuch, Hermitage TN, '78 Plymouth 11.633 12.75 -1.117
17 2089 F/FIA John Livingston, Nashvile TN, '91 Camaro 11.842 12.95 -1.108
18 4705 A/SA Bobby Brannon, Bossier City LA, '69 Camaro 10.198 11.30 -1.102
19 2035 G/SA Mike Welfel, Nashville TN, '69 Camaro 11.208 12.30 -1.092
20 4860 C/FIA Jimmy Hidalgo, Donaldsonville LA, '97 Cama 10.911 12.00 -1.089
21 4649 G/FIA Sammy LaPorte, New Iberia LA, '87 Firebird 12.078 13.15 -1.072
22 3492 G/S Donnie Beeler, Elizabethtown KY, '67 Camaro11.130 12.20 -1.070
23 4602 E/FIA Ronnie Cardwell, Ruston LA, '90 Firebird 11.532 12.60 -1.068
24 7 B/FIA Jeff Hefler, Mansfield TX, '98 Firebird 10.633 11.70 -1.067
25 4481 N/SA Phil Jackson, Epps LA, '80 Camaro 12.234 13.30 -1.066
26 8 C/FIA Jeff Strickland, Red Bay AL, '68 Camaro 10.937 12.00 -1.063
27 2147 F/FIA Ronnie Charnes, Memphis TN, '85 Camaro 11.896 12.95 -1.054
28 3303 M/SA Danny Lehman, Cerro Gordo IL, '79 Regal 12.099 13.15 -1.051
29 4402 D/FIA Jerry Emmons, Pasadena TX, '98 Pontiac 11.251 12.30 -1.049
30 4209 E/FI Jeff Swanson, Arlington TN, '93 Mustang 11.453 12.50 -1.047
31 3089 E/FIA David Morgan, Charleston IL, '89 Trans Am 11.556 12.60 -1.044
32 3306 N/SA Larry Hodge, LaPlace IL, '75 Skylark 12.268 13.30 -1.032
33 2420 A/S Arnold Greene, Matthews NC, '69 Camaro 10.219 11.25 -1.031
34 3407 J/S Bobby Mahlosky, Greenville KY, '73 Nova 11.619 12.65 -1.031
35 4041 H/SA Verne Buchanan, Conway AR, '73 Mustang 11.420 12.45 -1.030
36 3026 F/SA Joe Moore, Bowling Green KY, '67 Camaro 11.122 12.15 -1.028

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37 3657 R/SA Marty Buth, Freeport IL, '86 Ford 13.325 14.35 -1.025 <


38 4085 F/FIA Gary Duncan, Olive Branch MS, '85 Camaro 11.931 12.95 -1.019
39 4171 F/SA Greg Hill, Louisville KY, '71 Camaro 11.141 12.15 -1.009
40 48 G/SA Jerry Davis, Sante Fe TX, '72 Duster 11.296 12.30 -1.004
41 2998 J/SA Pete Tilghman Jr, Kenton TN, '69 Camaro 11.748 12.75 -1.002
42 4688 G/SA Mike Cotten, Broken Arrow OK, '73 Duster 11.311 12.30 -0.989
43 4022 ET/SA Jeff Teuton, Houma LA, '97 Ram 12.162 13.15 -0.988
44 4420 B/SA Tim Herbert, Thibodaux LA, '70 Challenger 10.563 11.55 -0.987
45 1 A/S Kevin Helms, Mineola TX, '69 Camaro 10.264 11.25 -0.986
46 3012 I/SA Carlton Sweasy, Louisville KY, '77 Corvette11.618 12.60 -0.982
47 256 C/FIA Amy Faulk, Collierville TN, '01 Firebird 11.020 12.00 -0.980
48 2019 B/FIA Nathan Davis, Hernando MS, '01 Camaro 10.720 11.70 -0.980
49 4689 G/SA Paula Cotten, Broken Arrow OK, '73 Duster 11.331 12.30 -0.969
50 4338 C/FIA George Cox, Memphis TN, '97 Trans Am 11.036 12.00 -0.964
51 4584 I/SA Tim Bartlett, Jackson MS, '72 Chevy 11.636 12.60 -0.964
52 5083 B/SA Pat Forsenth, Lawrence KS, '71 Dodge 10.595 11.55 -0.955
53 49 A/SA Bobby Roper, Toad Suck AR, '69 Camaro 10.357 11.30 -0.943
54 2205 AF/SA Mark Poole, Hendersonville TN, '88 Shadow 13.710 14.65 -0.940
55 4783 B/SA Rusty Hall, Sweeney TX, '68 Mustang 10.618 11.55 -0.932
56 2041 I/SA Mike Crecelius, Champmansboro TN, '78 Nova 11.670 12.60 -0.930
57 2466 G/SA Gale Pinkston, Shelbyville TN, '67 Camaro 11.372 12.30 -0.928
58 2051 J/SA Larry Thomason, Union City TN, '74 Corvette11.826 12.75 -0.924
59 4446 H/SA Allen Sherman, Donaldsonville LA, '86 Cama 11.527 12.45 -0.923
60 3820 N/SA Kyle Riley, Chicago IL, '77 LeMans 12.386 13.30 -0.914
61 4265 I/SA Don Cossey, Memphis TN, '72 Barracuda 11.688 12.60 -0.912
62 3321 P/SA Marion Stephenson, Danville IL, '88 Cutlass12.838 13.75 -0.912
63 4601 E/FIA Justin Cardwell, Dubach LA, '90 Chevy 11.692 12.60 -0.908
64 4771 A/SA Sammy Pizzolato, Houma LA, '69 Corvette 10.401 11.30 -0.899
65 3245 A/SA Thomas Arnett, Greenville KY, '69 Camaro 10.401 11.30 -0.899
66 2030 DF/SA Jimmy Malone, Nashville TN, '91 Shadow 14.708 15.60 -0.892
67 3128 B/SA Shane Smith, Central City KY, '69 Chevelle 10.659 11.55 -0.891
68 3246 C/FIA Clay Arnett, Greenville KY, '97 Firebird 11.117 12.00 -0.883
69 4410 A/S Bob Sharp, Haslet TX, '69 Camaro 10.372 11.25 -0.878
70 4006 B/FIA Dale Hulquist, Crosby TX, '94 Camaro 10.846 11.70 -0.854
71 4861 C/FIA Brian Ponville, Belle Rose LA, '94 Z-28 11.146 12.00 -0.854
72 4341 F/SA Bill McClister, Shoreacres TX, '72 Mustang 11.304 12.15 -0.846
73 4875 E/SA John Bartlett, Jackson MS, '67 Camaro 11.165 12.00 -0.835
74 5758 J/S David Cech, Fremont NE, '66 Nova 11.817 12.65 -0.833
75 4581 G/SA Lee Bannister, LaVernia TX, '73 Formula 11.475 12.30 -0.825
76 3866 F/SA Jeff Utsler, Brownsburg IN, '67 Camaro 11.326 12.15 -0.824
77 2206 C/SA Larry Langston, Memphis TN, '69 Camaro 10.881 11.70 -0.819
78 4729 C/SA Charlie Ford, Spring TX, '69 Mustang 10.884 11.70 -0.816
79 4293 H/SA James Paul, Ft. Worth TX, '73 Duster 11.645 12.45 -0.805
80 4757 G/S Dennis Oliver, Stuttgart AR, '67 Camaro 11.416 12.20 -0.784
81 3926 J/SA Michael Moyer, Spanaway WA, '78 Firebird 11.977 12.75 -0.773
82 42 G/SA Chris Jackson, Epps LA, '69 Camaro 11.531 12.30 -0.769
83 2885 E/SA David Rampy, Piedmont AL, '67 Camaro 11.233 12.00 -0.767
84 4352 G/SA Rick Reinhart, Richmond TX, '67 Chevy 11.534 12.30 -0.766
85 3885 H/S David Manning, Louisville KY, '68 Nova 11.539 12.30 -0.761
86 4638 M/SA BoBo Geist, Houma LA, '88 Cutlass 12.391 13.15 -0.759
87 2132 I/SA Dennis Patterson, Murfreesboro TN, '71 Nova11.844 12.60 -0.756
88 2046 H/SA Perry Simpkins, Murfreesboro TN, '69 Camaro11.700 12.45 -0.750
89 4468 I/SA Brent Bratsen, LaMarque TX, '69 Camaro 11.877 12.60 -0.723
90 3004 H/FI Rosalyn Gresens, Toledo IL, '89 Mustang 12.703 13.40 -0.697
91 3045 H/FIA David Mercer, Benton IL, '89 Mustang 12.754 13.45 -0.696
92 3211 K/SA Buddy Hughes, Louisville KY, '66 Nova 12.258 12.95 -0.692
93 2217 G/S Brian Rogers, Franklin TN, '69 Camaro 11.514 12.20 -0.686
94 4476 G/SA Harvey Emmons III, Friendswood TX, '69 Cam 11.623 12.30 -0.677
95 2409 A/SA Kenny Bomar, Memphis TN, '69 Camaro 10.625 11.30 -0.675
96 44 P/SA Jerry Hefler, Kennedale TX, '65 Impala 13.090 13.75 -0.660
97 4521 C/SA Tim Pogue, Springtown TX, '69 Nova 11.055 11.70 -0.645
98 462D K/SA Ron Watson, Kennedale TX, '79 Malibu Wgn 12.341 12.95 -0.609
99 3858 F/SA Matt Forbes, Horse Cave KY, '68 Chevelle 11.612 12.15 -0.538
100 4170 G/SA Donald Hough, Monroe LA, '69 Camaro 11.783 12.30 -0.517
101 4014 D/SA Marty Burke, Leonard TX, '69 Mustang 11.342 11.85 -0.508
102 3659 W/S Ellis Buth, Warrensburg IL, '76 Pinto 16.232 16.70 -0.468
103 4122 K/SA Mike Manning, Rogers AR, '87 Monte Carlo 12.503 12.95 -0.447
104 3036 D/SA David Forbes, Horse Cave KY, '71 Chevy 11.404 11.85 -0.446
105 4261 JT/SA Gerald Nivans, Memphis TN, '91 Ranger 16.327 16.75 -0.423
106 3327 EF/SA Lisa Stephenson, Danville IL, '90 Delta 88 15.669 15.90 -0.231
107 206 B/SA Danny Holder, Chapmansboro TN, '69 Chevy 11.596 11.55 0.046


Not too shabby for a NHRA "legal" 4 cylinder stock eliminator car with an automatic.

Marty's brother, also an M&M member, Ellis Booth is qualifyed #102 with his stick shift Pinto wagon.

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posted 03-22-2003 08:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for steve'66   Click Here to Email steve'66     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Damned good performance from 4 bangers!

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SH*** He's faster then my 351w 65 Mustang.
He's doing real good.

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Originally posted by Fastymz:
SH*** He's faster then my 351w 65 Mustang.

Damned that is sad isn't it.

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Originally posted by steve'66:
Damned that is sad isn't it.

SteveW


YES IT IS.

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We gotta PUMP YOU UP Scoop!

All it takes is money and hard work. Experience and knowledge help too, but you/we get that for free on M&M.

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posted 03-22-2003 10:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for stk1201   Click Here to Email stk1201     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Alex what is Marty Burke running in D/SA. he listed as a 1969 Mustang??
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posted 03-23-2003 01:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moneymaker   Click Here to Email Moneymaker     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I was asking that same question Gerry.

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  • 71 Mach1 351c
  • E/SA 11.89-110 mph
  • F/SA 11.76-111 mph

[This message has been edited by Hans olsson (edited 03-23-2003).]

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posted 03-23-2003 10:40 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for denny   Click Here to Email denny     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Could Burke be running a 390?

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posted 03-23-2003 12:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moneymaker   Click Here to Email Moneymaker     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by denny:
Could Burke be running a 390?


Possible, but highly unlikely.

The 69 390 would have to have the 4300 Autolite and the FE's don't seem to like those carbs.
Other than that, the only 69 CJ Mustang that can fit into D/SA would be a convertible.
Maybe Marty has a convert in his stable?

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What kind of MPH is Marty running?

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  • 71 Mach1 351c
  • E/SA 11.89-110 mph
  • F/SA 11.76-111 mph

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posted 03-24-2003 11:41 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for TurboGT   Click Here to Email TurboGT     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Great job Marty (Buth)! Gotta love those 2300s.

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Alex & Mark,

Thanks for the words of encouragement. The car is a lot of fun to drive. It is a real bear to stage when you bring up the boost. The starter came loose and tore up the ring gear, so I didn't make first round Sunday. I plan to go to a High Torque starter. Any recomenations on a good brand?

Thanks,
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Alex it would not just be a 1969 Mustang Convertible but 1969 Mustang GT Convertible to run in D/SA like mine LOL
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quote:
Originally posted by Marty Buth:
Alex & Mark,

Thanks for the words of encouragement. The car is a lot of fun to drive. It is a real bear to stage when you bring up the boost. The starter came loose and tore up the ring gear, so I didn't make first round Sunday. I plan to go to a High Torque starter. Any recomenations on a good brand?

Thanks,
Marty


Marty, we have the absolute best luck with the FRPP FoMoCo starters.

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Professional Manwhore
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Quote #1: "I never met a magazine mechanic I liked."
Quote #2: "Make sure brain is in gear before engaging mouth!"
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quote:
Originally posted by stk1201:
Alex it would not just be a 1969 Mustang Convertible but 1969 Mustang GT Convertible to run in D/SA like mine LOL
stk1201

The mystery is sloved Gerry.
He was driving his 69 Torino and NHRA can't get their data right for S/SS (as usual)

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Professional Manwhore
The Barry of BarrysGrrl

Quote #1: "I never met a magazine mechanic I liked."
Quote #2: "Make sure brain is in gear before engaging mouth!"
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mmmmmmmm 69 torino

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Marty,

I've used the '93 Mustang/late Ranger high torque starter with good results. I'm not sure about the differences between stick shift and auto with these starters, but the stick shift unit is a bolt-in for a stick application using the cable style bellhousing and Pinto flywheel.

I loctite, locknut, or safety wire EVERY fastener. If not, it'll eventually shake loose. Turbo fours are notorious for that.

Too bad about missing first round...

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