’70 Monte Carlo Wakes Up ’69 Coronet 440 Superbee As He Looks To Be Asleep

This time we have two iconic American classics both in Black competing at a Test-N-Tune event at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Illinois. I’m not sure if the 1969 Dodge Super Bee driver was asleep or just decided to give the lady a head start.

That’s right, the 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo is owned and raced by a lady that goes by the name Sherrie, and she even has her name on the 496 cubic inch Big Block V8 engine valve covers. I guess the Mopar driver didn’t see that coming.

Not sure if the driver of the ’69 440 Coronet Superbee was asleep or just thought he’d give the Monte Carlo a headstart to make it fair but apparently he didn’t know Sherrie’s Monte is packing a 496CI BBC and she leaves him in the dust with a 11.31@117.83mph as the Superbee runs 12.04@114.01 at RT66 Friday Nite Test N Tune 9-19-14

Watch the video below:

Source: Youtube/victoryredcolorado

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