No time drags, no prep drags, and grudge racing have been popular long before TV supercharged their popularity, and Jason Nolan’s 1969 Chevelle was resurrected for all of the above… and anything else he can run!
As with most stories about owners of today’s fast street cars, this one started about 28 years ago with a 17 year-old and a cool Chevelle. To be clear, we’re not talking about the endless amounts of cash builders. Instead, these are the real people behind building their own fast cars to mop up the streets and strip on the weekend!
Nolan did the typical teenage hot rodding and street racing with the Chevelle for a number of years, however, as he got a bit older different aspects of life in relationships and children became a priority and he parked the car in the late 90s. During this time the Chevelle would be dragged out of one storage space and moved to another until it finally ended up outside, sitting next to a garage at a friend’s house for a few years. No matter where the car was stored, though, one thing was sure, Nolan just couldn’t bring himself to part with it…. Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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