Tri Five 55 56 57 Chevy Gassers

HUGE collection of Tri Five Gasser photos!!

This is a collection of tri five Chevy Gasser style cars shown for reference. Some are the real deal, some are later era Super Stockers or "Street Freaks", some are modern renditions and some are just a mess, but they are all cool in their own way if you dig these vintage cars.

There is no intent to profit from these photos. If you see a photo that you have taken and would like me to add credit for you as photographer, please indicate the photo number (not the actual name of the file) and I would LOVE to provide a credit for your fabulous shots.

Likewise, if you see your photo and prefer not to have it added to this collection of reference material, please note the photo number and I will regrettably remove it.

PLEASE email your personal gasser photos for inclusion via anderegypt@aol.com Especially loved are old family photos. Send them in!! COMMENTS WELCOME!!!

 

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Uploaded: July 18, 2012
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  • Dick48 United States (Private)
    2 years 1 month ago
    This picture told a story. While to my friend Tim Bryan was telling me about rubbing the paint off the drivers door made us realize, that he was the owner of the "The Great Pumpkin" 1957 Chevy 210 Drag Car from California. It now is in Linden, Michigan and he is going to leave it as "The Great Pumpkin".
    • Dick48 United States (Private)
      2 months ago
      I can't make the pictures go on. I will try again in a few days.
      This picture told a story. While my friend Tim Bryan was telling me about rubbing the paint off the drivers door made him realize, that he was the owner of the "The Great Pumpkin" Gasser 1957 Chevy 210 Drag Car from California. It now is in Linden, Michigan and he is going to turn it into "The Beast" with the Tasmanian Devil eating a pumpkin on the trunk lid. The car is at Soja's Collision in Linden, Michigan getting restored. It has had the rear quarter panels brought back to factory stock by the previous owner. Tim Bryan updated the 9.3 Old rear axle with a 12 chevy posi rear axle and updated it with a 505 horse power 454 crate engine. It will soon be a street machine wearing a coat of black paint. (The original color) It will always be able to be found seeing, that I'm listing it's vin number, with   a picture on of it. Now I hope you all know the door jams were never painted orange and have been black the original color all this time. I sending a few pictures an and short movie of "The Great Pumpkin" in.