Gassers 5: RevFest!
August 25 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$15
Come see these exciting cars and many more!
Bob Mohler’s 1940’s Willys, Marc Panneton’s 1941 Willys and Ralph Hasting’s 1955 Chevy will be on display in the museum prior the show.
Saturday, August 25th! Join us for our 5th annual Gassers event, which is bigger and better than ever. Help us celebrate Vintage Speed and all Nostalgia Classes of the Era.
FX, Superstock and altereds welcome!
Special Guest Speakers – Panel Discussion:
Early bird registration (November 30, 2017 – August 24, 2018): $15
Day of registration: $25
Donations accepted! All proceeds go towards non-profit museum and historical vehicle maintenance.
Purchase registration early and SAVE!
Gassers were built for drag racing and typically had a larger, more powerful, modified engine. Superchargers and mechanical fuel injection were typical modifications which have become commonplace in modern automobiles Gassers often appear to be top heavy and ungainly due to raised front ends which assist in the rearward weight transfer during drag racing. Exhaust pipes (no mufflers) often exit through the front fender well and sometimes straight up through the hood area. Bodies were often painted in flamboyant metalflakes, pearls, and candy finishes complemented ADM is proud to present this important and sometimes overlooked segment of automotive history to our visitors. Many innovations in automotive racing design and technologies were pioneered by the Gassers some of which have become commonplace in modern automobiles. Come see these fabulous vehicles and hear from the “real gasser” people in a forum setting.