Indianapolis Super Chevy Show - 20 Years Of Super Chevy Indy

And Ready For 20 More

Tony Kelly Dec 1, 2001 0 Comment(s)

If this '66 Chevelle gets any more radical IN its wheel stands, it MIght be time for more air IN the right rear. What a torquer!

People who jump out of airplanes and Nitro Coupe drivers pack their own parachutes. Doug WINters shows how it's done.

Dave Whitchurch from Englewood, OH, took the Trim Parts/Vette MagazINe Award for Best Corvette. Darryl Bowman, sales manager of Trim Parts, presents Whitchurch the plaque for his near-perfect '54 Vette.

There are burnouts, and then there are really burnouts. From Nitro Coupes to Jet Cars, it's ground poundINg and ear wrenchINg, but it's the best show IN town!

INdy wINners assembled to show off their awards. The Gold Class award wINners display their trophies, some of which are IN the new categories of Stock, Street, and Modified.

Earnest Boards and crew from INdianapolis took home an Editor's Choice Top Ten Drag Car award for this '65 Chevy. The car was Earnest's first car, and he wanted a 396 with a four-speed. His parents would only let him get a 283 with a three-speed. Of course, Earnest has changed all that now.

Daniel Rice (yes, he is old enough for a drivers license), from Demossville, KY, owns this ultra-clean '65 Chevelle. He took home an Editor's Choice Top Ten Show Car award.

Jim Nordhougen, the Colorado Kid, took the Nitro Coupe fINal with a solo run of 6.241 secs. at 225.39 mph. His fINal round competitor, Dan Nickelson, had engINe failure on the lINe. Nordhougen is withIN strikINg distance of takINg the lead IN the Nitro Coupe poINts chase.

Drag race bracket wINners show off their plaques and jackets. The BricKYard 400 Pace Car Monte Carlo was entered IN GM Street bracket, and when that class was combINed with DOT, the Monte won!

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