For Ed, it all began as a teenager in the 1960s at Atco Dragway in New Jersey. Musclears, AA/Gassers, Fuel Altereds, the first Factory Experimentals, wheel standers, Bill Jenkins small-block Chevy II and the occasional planetary visitations by "Miss Hurst Shifter" Linda Vaughn, it was heady stuff and hooked him big time. The first motor he build was a small-block Chevy 302 for a 1955 Chevy. Then, like many people, came college, marriage, a son and a 20 year career as a detective. In 1992, he opened Ed's Engines, a small one-man engine building shop in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and started racing again with a 454 powered Vega bracket racer.
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