Corey Conyers, left, and Gary Cooper finished up John Neas' spectacular recreation of Jimmy Nix's AA/FD right here in Wichita just in time to debut it at the Starbird-Devlin show. Conyers replicated the original Kent Fuller chassis, built the body panels and painted the car, while Cooper built the blown, injected Hemi engine in the vintage dragster.
Corey Conyers, left, and Gary Cooper finished up John Neas' spectacular recreation of Jimmy Nix's AA/FD right here in Wichita just in time to debut it at the Starbird-Devlin show. Conyers replicated the original Kent Fuller chassis, built the body panels and painted the car, while Cooper built the blown, injected Hemi engine in the vintage dragster. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Corey Conyers, left, and Gary Cooper finished up John Neas' spectacular recreation of Jimmy Nix's AA/FD right here in Wichita just in time to debut it at the Starbird-Devlin show. Conyers replicated the original Kent Fuller chassis, built the body panels and painted the car, while Cooper built the blown, injected Hemi engine in the vintage dragster. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

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