Ohio George Montgomery This photo is part of a series of Car Craft All-Star Drag Racing Team portraits from 1967. Montgomery is standing in front of the blown SOHC Cammer from his then-new AA/GS Mustang that bent the Gasser rules until the ends touched. The stunning 6:71 GMC supercharger used a Sneaky Pete Robinson magnesium case and featured a blue-anodized aluminum hoodscoop, bling being a signature move for Montgomery. A Renaissance man, Montgomery also fabricated the intake manifold and blower drive in addition to driving and wrenching on the car. The 2,150-pound car ran 8.90 at 160 mph at the NHRA Springnationals in 1967, killing the record by four tenths. By Douglas R. Glad Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!