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ScottRods AA/Gassers to make a special appearance at NGK/NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in Charlotte

The NGK/NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals will feature a special appearance by the ScottRods AA/Gasser series, featuring exhibition runs and a pit-area display featuring eight vintage and period-correct hot rods.
03 May 2021
Posted by NHRA.com staff

The always-exciting NGK/NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals just got even more exciting with the announcement that the ScottRods AA/Gasser series would be making a special appearance during the event, the fourth in the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. The ScottRods group will be a big part of the festivities at zMax Dragway both on and off the track with exhibition runs and a static pit-area display.  

The ScottRods AA/Gasser series is a nostalgia drag racing match race organization presented by www.scottrodscustom.com. The eight racers making exhibition runs during the Charlotte event will include Frankie Allen and his Trick or Treat ’33 Willys, Ed Beaumont’s Orange Peel ’63 Corvette, Mark Benjamin’s ’33 Willys, Bob Cook’s Crazy Grandpa ’57 Corvette, Mike Kalinowski’s Unfinished Business ’48 Austin, Ed Kasicki’s Phenomenon ’33 Willys, Ray Kasicki’s Violator ’33 Willys, and Al Lynch’s ’67 Nova.

Each of the ScottRods Gassers is supercharged and features the long, smokey burnouts and wheelstanding action that fans grew to love during the original gasser era of the 1960s. Their period-correct styling extends from the cars to the pit crews, including the popular backup girls who help each driver during the staging process.

The ScottRods Association makes regular appearances at events across the country, including the NHRA Hot Rod Reunion in Bowling Green, Ky., and the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals in Norwalk, Ohio. All eight racers are scheduled to make one run each on Friday and Saturday during the Charlotte event.

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