Chuck Parker’s 1955 Chevy Made Famous By “ Street Outlaws ” Races Blown Camaro
The beautiful Tri-Five Racer takes on a twin-turbo Camaro nicknamed “Big Booty Judy”.
Who is Chuck 55? If you are new to the world of drag strip, you might ask. Well, Chuck Parker is the meanest, badass Tri-Five racer here! His entry into the strip with the most beautiful 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air is famous for its role in Street Outlaw and revered for his winning streak on the Strip.
As vintage Chevrolets from 1955 to 1957 enjoy their golden age as classic collector cars, the modern Chuck 55 dragster is out there making minced meat, earning praise and eating. his opponents for breakfast. The monstrous road hog packs a V8 block and runs like hell. With a few mods on his Nitrous release system and a few tweaks, Chuck’s gorgeous red runner murdered the event.
National race without preparation just released another video of the world’s most beautiful drag racing car, the shiny, red, 55 2.0 that kills it in the Big Tire class.
55s Red Chevy Takes No Prisoners
This video begins with an intro from Natalie, which was nice as many fans were starting to have dropout issues. Chuck 55’s Tri-Five racer enters the big tire category in the brawl that didn’t happen in a preparation event that took place at Iowa Park, Wichita, TX, raceway park. The iconic Chevy BelAir that gets its juice from the nitrous-fueled V8, which measures over 14.7 liters or over 900 cubic inches, the cranks so difficult that spectators had their hands on their ears.
First, Chuck faced the menacing foe, Dennis Sugure. Dennis arrived with a Camaro bi-turbo Proline that had recently been upgraded to a Pro Charger. It was the first time the Pro-Charger had competed in the big tire category, and Chuck 55 was more than happy to take it on tour. It was an easy win, although the Chevy BelAir lost some grip towards the end.
Blown Camaro Gets Pulled On The Strip
Next, Chuck went against Brody Melton driving the Blown Camaro, aka “Big Booty Judy”. The Tri-Five racer flies like the wind and made minced meat from the Blown Camaro, even though Brody was clearly one step ahead. Chuck 55 exploded so fast that halfway through the strip, he lost control for a slight second before heading back on course.
Chuck 55 clinched an effortless victory on the first night of racing, a cash-day style of racing where the winner takes it all. Needless to say, this is one of the impressive Bel Air-based race cars in the country.
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