Part of this year's award criteria mandated that all eligible vehicles take part in a demanding three-lap autocross. Woller strapped himself into RAZOR and cranked out three very impressive lap times with a best of 18.466 for the 1,000-foot course. In the end, RAZOR defeated the largest field of contenders ever (28 cars) for the Street Machine Of The Year crown. The top five finalists for this year's award included Kevin Alstott ('68 Camaro), Gary Abraham ('70 Nova), Woller's RAZOR, Jeff Hanson ('69 Camaro), and James McLeod ('69 Camaro Convertible).

“RAZOR” 1969 Camaro
Erv Woller, North Lake, Wisconsin
Constructors: Ring brothers, Spring Green, WI
Design concept: Sean Smith, SS Design
Interior & design: Upholstery Unlimited
(Steve Pearson)
Carbon fiber body components: hood, decklid,
rear bumper, and brake duct air intakes
all custom fab by Ring brothers
Machined parts: custom-machined taillight bezels,
rear fuel filler, shifter plate, gauge bezels,
ignition switch plates, hood hinges,
wheelhouse vents by Ring brothers
Engine: GM Performance all aluminum
ZL1 big-block, 454 ci
Transmission: Viper T-56, six-speed manual
Front: Detroit Speed & Engineering
hydroformed front subframe
Rear: Detroit Speed & Engineering Quadralink
Paint: BASF RM line
(Mineral Gray and other custom blends)
Wheels & tires: custom Budnik wheels,
18x10 front; 19x12, rear;
Goodyear tires
Gauges: custom by Classic Instruments
Exhaust: Flowmaster Super 44

Deal Of The Decade!
You can browse through swap meets and car corrals all summer long and never come across a deal like this. In fact, Mark Fannin's '71 Chevelle is the mythical dream deal you always hear about and search for, but almost never find. Here's what we mean: Mark wants $25K for his '71, which runs 10.80s with pump gas on pure motor. It's a super clean, straight, rust-free street car with new Lexus paint, a perfect interior, and a rollbar. Under the hood is a 489ci big-block with an Eagle stroker kit, Dart Pro 1 heads, Victor Jr. intake, 830 Holley, and a mild roller cam. Running gear includes a built Turbo 400 with a TCI 3,800-stall converter, a 12-bolt rear with 4.10 gears, and Mickey Thompson drag radials. We're not usually into pimpin' other folks cars for sale, but c'mon, people, some reader needs to step in and grab this up. Give Mark a call if you're interested (937-320-0801). This thing spanks our '68 Chevelle (Project Street Sweeper) for about half the price.