Known in the early days as the “Jimmy Dandy” rail dragster, it was owned by Stan Hill and Jerry Rollema. Featured in the August of 1961 Hot Rod magazine, highlighting its triumphs on the dragstrip making 10 second passes at 140.6 mph. Shown in its current configuration, racer Al Teague and his brother, Harvey, successfully campaigned the dragster with a very similarly built GMC jimmy engine with great success. For both owners, the car would prove to be a perfect combination of power-to-weight ratio as they took advantage of open classes within their division. The rail dragster is typical of the ingenuity and competitiveness that characterized American drag racing in its formative years.