Little Ghia that could ... go fast

The 1966 Karmann “I Scream Inc.” waits to compete at Bonneville Salt Flats last month. The air-cooled car would go more than 127 mph and set four world records during the month.

Chris Mursick
The 1966 Karmann “I Scream Inc.” waits to compete at Bonneville Salt Flats last month. The air-cooled car would go more than 127 mph and set four world records during the month.



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Chris Mursick

Chris Mursick of Okanogan and his race crew produced four world speed records using various engines in a 1966 Karmann Ghia this summer.

Southern California Timing Association, the organization that runs Speed Week every August at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, uses a large array of car classes, with each class subdivided by ranges of engine displacements and fuel...

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