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Racing legend Dave Strickler dominated NHRA Super Stock racing during the 1968 season with this Bill Jenkins-prepared Z-28 Camaro. Equipped with a stock intake manifold and carburetor, stock hood, Stahl Headers, 5.38 gears, and nine-inch slicks, "The Old Reliable" ran elapsed times of 11.70's at 116 mph, making it competitive with many big-block Super Stock Camaros. Its dominance culminated in two of Strickler’s biggest wins: on Sunday, October 6, 1968, Strickler drove to a decisive victory over a stellar field at the NHRA Super Stock All-Star Meet at Englishtown Raceway Park. Two weeks later, he went on to capture the 1968 Super Stock World Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, then the most prestigious S/S event on the NHRA calendar.

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