You're bored, watch it. Dave Snyder has a pretty intense barbeque with The Legend...
1999 ATPA Grand American hook at Monroe, MI. Randy Bricker on the Barnburner Pro Stock going for a drive.
The footage of the 1989 Indy Super Pull is out there over on Dan Mayer's Pulling Reference youtube channel. It is well worth a watch of the 5 part television broadcast. If you want the full go of the event without the editing as it was seen from the scoring booth, then this much more raw film is the cut for you!
The OG Dirty Hooker doing work on the Terre Haute dirt at Scheid Diesel Extravaganza back in 2006.
2002 Imlay City, MI Ed Noteboom First Generation Ford. Ed ran this truck on the state and RN circuits for nearly a decade out of Riley Twp. where he earned a living up and down the roads trucking. A decent running Ford that was somewhat unique in the FWD class for being a gasser instead of a methanol-burner.
Doug Stutt from across the river in Ontario, Canada was a regular at state/regional level events for a number of years with this Dodge D50-bodied truck. Doug stepped away from pulling for a few years, but has returned with another TWD called Run For Cover, this time with an Anglia body.
1992 Enderle Pull - Off Pro National FWD competitior Bill Waymire and the Hurryin' Hoosier S10. Bill was the PN series runner-up to get him into this all-star event. He ran the truck for roughly 8 years out of Elwood, IN. I don't know a whole bunch about the team so that's where you come in. Drop us a comment with more info.
1992 NTPA Adrian, MI State Level Modified Class. 10 minutes of your forced stay at home gone. You're welcome.
Diesel Freak Clip Of The Day. 2007 Dekalb Pull Naturally Aspirated Super Stock class. Lloyd King on the Pale Rider Cockshutt 570. I don't know a whole bunch about Lloyd or the tractor so if you do, drop us a comment.
2011 was the dawn of the second version of Dirty Hooker and is, so far at least, the only Hooker to ever get away. 2011 was still the time of the 2.8 class. You'll see just what a 2.6 charger Duramax could do on the dyno and then the truck in action. The sound of that whistle still sticks in my mind from those days and has yet to be heard again anywhere. This truck was unique in a lot of ways, but foremost for the move away from the Allison transmission. DH2.0 was fed through a ZF6 because in those days, open drivelines hadn't happened yet.