TOP -Here's more of that super-boss light metal work by Tom Hanna. The paint is more than just "Green and gold" and was applied by George Cerny. ABOVE - Crew members are Chuck and Roger and are a definite must to keep "Mulley" in the horses necessary for those 230-plus runs. Help for car construction was given by Automotive Specialties, Hyattsville, Md. American Speed and Custom, Garden Grove, Calif., and Engine Specialists, Chicago. ABOVE RIGHT-From this view, the full 173" wheelbase becomes strikingly evident. Let B&M put you in the driver's seat! FAR RIGHT-Milligan's bucket is magnesium and was made by Hanna, also. Don's Trim Shop gets the credit for fine needlework. RIGHT- Hurst/Airheart double spots are aided by dual master cylinders.

The Fleeting Irish - Part 1

The Fleeting Irish - Part 2


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