Bill Burke

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Bill Burke's 1936 Ford 3-window Coupe

Bill Burke is a dry lake racer pioneer famous for building the first bellytank racer based on a bellytank.

Bill is listed as an entrant in the streamliner class at the El Mirage August 18, 1946 SCTA time trials event. He ran as a member of the Albatas car club at the event.[1]

Bill was also a member of the Road Runners SCTA , and he acted as President for the SCTA for the 1951 season.[2]

Bill Burke's Cars

Bill Burke's 1936 Ford 3-window Coupe
Bill Burke's Fiberglass Coupe
Bill Burke and Don Francisco's P-38 Bellytank
Bill Burke's P-51 Bellytank
Bill Burke's First Streamliner - The Hot Rod Special

Cars Built or Restyled by Bill Burke

Rulon McGregor's Lakester



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