is a neat little 1/32 scale Snap Tite kit of a classic 'rail'...with
the driver-behind-the-motor. Those old dragsters 'roared';
and these early versions without bodies were called 'rails',
hence the name 'Roarin' Rail'. I posed this one for 'action'
and enhanced elements such as the blower housing and scoop.
Since those old rails really 'flexed' when in motion, I gave
this rail chassis an arch too. I built one of these a long
time ago; and added fuel and spark plug wires; painted details
and then glued cotton to the rear portion of the big slicks...then
'tweaked 'n teased' the cotton to resemble lotsa smoke. It
turned out pretty cool. Revell/Monogram is re issuing this
one in 2001.
Roarin' Rail takes dragsters to a whole 'nother level, and then
some. This Tom Daniel designed top feulie is ... well, let's just
say it's a 'wild, thrashin, fuel-guzzlin AA/F dragster'. (from