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Museum of American Speed Articles

The Dale
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
2/8/2021
The Dale is more than just a strange little yellow car. This is a story like no other...
David Pearson's #21 NASCAR Mercury
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
1/20/2021
This Mercury has been there and done that, including one of the most memorable finishes in all of NASCAR.
Strange and Amazing Race Cars Through History
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
1/18/2021
Check out a few of our favorite oddballs and amazing survivors from the Museum of American Speed!
Vintage Forced Induction
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
12/21/2020
The Museum of American Speed houses vintage racing engines of all shapes and sizes. Here's a peek at some that feature vintage power adders. From turbos to superchargers, there has been plenty of interesting innovation over the years...
The Li'l Coffin '32 Ford Show Car
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
11/12/2020
This is the epic story of the Li'l Coffin show car. From Wichita used car lot to fame, glory, and a fire that almost ended it all, this old hot rod has had quite a life.
Jan Opperman's Indy Car
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
10/26/2020
Jan Opperman was a two-time Indianapolis 500 starter in 1974 and 1976. His success with USAC earned him a ride in the 1974 Indianapolis 500 in this very car. He didn't finish, but there's plenty more to the story...
Eric Zausner's '33 Victoria - The Falcon V12
by Jason Lubken - Posted in News
9/9/2020
It's brutally fast, raw, and it's packed with one-off details that have never been seen before.
Vintage Overhead Valve Conversions for the Ford Flathead
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
8/18/2020
Check out some cool overhead conversions to the Ford flathead V8 on display in the Museum of American Speed!
Dave Hales' S&S Willys Gasser
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
6/30/2020
This veteran of the legendary "gasser wars" of the 60s looks right at home in the Museum of American Speed.
The Uncertain-T Tribute
by Joe McCollough - Posted in News
6/8/2020
Martin Bennett build a tribute to one of the wildest show rods ever built, then brought it all the way from New Zealand to visit us.
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