Slingshot Shutdown - By 1970, front engine dragsters were stressed to the limit. High speed crashes and explosions made great magazine photos, but several excellent drivers were lost. So when “Big Daddy” Don Garlits proved that a rear engine dragster would work and provide much more safety for the drivers, teams flocked to the new design.
Thirty-plus years later front engine fuelers are making something of a comeback in the form of “Cracklefest” shows. The cars look almost identical to the original rails with only a few new safety requirements. The cars are limited to 1/8-mile blasts, but smoky burnouts, dry-hops, and lots of flames are all a standard part of the show.
There’s NOTHING quite like the front view look of a blown Hemi-powered dragster coming STRAIGHT AT YOU!
Printed on high quality tan-colored parchment paper using a Xante professional grade printer.
This print comes in one size:
11” x 17”
Print is shrink wrapped on 11.5" x 17.5" cardboard so that they stay flat and clean and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. All prints are signed by the artist. They make a wonderful gift for the car lover in your life!