“My museum is for those who truly appreciate the history and stories that live with my collection of cars”


Swamp Rat 8 T/F Dragster

Set the NHRA record over 200mph (201.34)

Most famously it ran 201.34 miles per hour at Island Dragway in Great Meadows, NJ to become the first car “officially” over 200 mph in the quarter mile. After that it went on to win the 1964 U.S. Nationals, in Indianapolis, IN.

Hawaiian T/F Dragster

What started as a finding a needle in a haystack with the search for a 1965 copy of Hot Rod Magazine that featured the Hawaiian on the cover, to a chance meet with the legend Don “the snake” Prudhomme who autographed the cover – now all that was missing was the actual Hawaiian dragster. With luck on his side, Harold purchased the Hawaiian in 2014

Fjallman/Sinclair Nitro Fuel Dragster

The Fjallman/Sinclair dragster has a storied history. Owned by a furniture salesman from Red Deer, Canada, the car was powered by a small block that ran nitro methane fuel, (aka Junior Fuel) and ran the quarter mile in 7.0 ET’s.

Team Ace Altereds

It is easier to run an altered than a Funny Car. Altereds were originally Funny Cars that Team Ace ran for a number of years. Harold felt there was a better chance to win running an Altered in the NHRA 7.0 Index class. Also, with an Altered fans can see the driver and make a stronger connection. 

Royal Canadian Top Fuel Dragster

In 2005 Ron Hodgson wanted to bring back the Royal Canadian that was originally driven by legendary drive Terry Cap. Ron pulled together a number of sponsors and got the car together. In its prime, the dragster ran a best 4.72 ET and 317 mph. In 2005 at the Rocky Mountain Nationals in Edmonton, Canada, the car was brought back to the delight of the fans by setting the ET and MPH record in the 1/4 mile. 

Garage | Shots – The Art of Hot Rods & Customs

Garage Shots is a visually extraordinary magazine built with the same careful touches as a show-winning hot rod or custom. It features a select blend of traditional hot rods, classic customs and the rich personalities behind the builds. The goal of the magazine is to produce each edition as an art piece that pays respect to each featured ride.