FUNNY CARS N'FORCE
West Coast Funny Car Action~1970s
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
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.
CD Soundtrack From The
Video....Includes 18 min. of bonus music by Stephen Elliott....(Alternative
Jazz Rock Instrumental).
also sold separately
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