As the saying goes, “the family that plays together, stays together.” For Shelbyville, TN horsepower enthusiast W.G. Miller, his family games just happen to involve several hundred horsepower, thousands of miles in road trips, then beatin’ the heck out of his car most weekends during the spring and summer. “I have a 1967 Chevy ll Nova that is completely street legal, tagged, and insured that I travel throughout the southeast with bracket racing with my family. We’ve even named the car ‘Fancy,’” explained Miller.
You could say that Miller is actually carrying on the ‘family car’ tradition from his father who was responsible for his interest in all things automotive. “My dad used to buy and sell race cars and actually bought and sold this very car four times!” he laughed. The last time the Nova was re-acquired was in 2001, and this time father and son decided to rebuild it together to let W.G. try his hand at bracket racing.
“Dad had been racing since the early ’80s, so I grew up at the race track. It took a few months in 2001 to revamp … Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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