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  • 15-10-2011, 21:05
    Eastern raider
    Been there times. Last time about three yrs ago, Big was testing his cackle/ race car in the approch road.
  • 15-10-2011, 12:30
    WB54
    only thing which lets the Garlits Museum down is the lighting. Went there 3 years ago and all my photos we're ****. because of the poor lighting, Needs some natural lights in there. I met Big Daddy too, deaf as s post but he's still the man.
  • 15-10-2011, 04:19
    titmungus
    woz he az womackkkwey asyou thouht
  • 15-10-2011, 01:07
    prostreet70gto
    I went there in 1991. then done the street rod nats at tampa and most of the shows up the coast. Even met the late great WolfmanJack at his restaurant (Wolfman Jack's Rock'n'Roll Palace).
  • 14-10-2011, 23:40
    titmungus
    class place,went there about 15 years ago and the man himself come out for a chat,and then walked out and emptyed the till
  • 14-10-2011, 22:29
    sk8erdave
    thanka for posting. how did big al see out that sedan!
    i love the 554 coupe.
    id ove to go their, so much history. id love to spend a day there and just take it all in.
  • 14-10-2011, 20:34
    Hotrodder
    great pics from the DG museum, brings back the memories of our visit during nTampa Nats a few years ago. We were lucky to meet Mr G himself preping his cars for SEMA. also met some U S rodders there.
  • 14-10-2011, 19:53
    speedepop
    Great pics Al,thanks posting them.
  • 14-10-2011, 09:48
    hershambob
    when i did universal that 32 was a model a !
  • 14-10-2011, 07:14
    hot rod trimmer
    when did you take picks ???????? didnt think little red wagon was there anymore !!!!!!!!
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