The Automobile Driving Museum always puts on some of our favorite events and you can’t forget their Sunday Driver days, where you get to get a ride in their museum cars! This time they hosted a fantastic gathering of Gassers…

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these jacked-up beauties that dominated drag strips in the ’60s.

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The racers of the day would raise up the car to help with weight distribution to get traction to the rear tires on acceleration.

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Sometimes changing to a truck straight axle or just simply raising the car did the trick and solved the weight distribution problem. Essentially, these cars were put on a diet – only afterwards were they truly ready to race.

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Right next door to the Automobile Driving Museum is Hot Rod Magazine’s garage…

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and parking lot, where many of the ADM’s events spill over to.

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When we ventured inside the Automobile Driving museum, we were greeted by more Gassers, like the “Strip Tripper” 1941 Willys Truck…

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or this ’60s racing beauty – all blood, sweat, and gears!

This is only the beginning of a great week of Gasser madness from the Automobile Driving Museum, so stick around for more high horsepower coverage!

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