The Willy-Doo coupe was one of the real fan favorites when Firebird first opened in 1968. Running C/Altered, it was one bad hombre every time it made a trip down the quarter-mile. In this photo, the crew is firing up the fat-fendered altered with a remote battery set-up. The car ran on a set of M & H Racemaster, enjoyed sponsorship from Johnson Auto Parts in Ogden, Headwork by Bud Garner (of S.L.C.) and was originally painted by Ogden’s Jack Harris. In our book, this is what we call the quintessential photo, especially when you consider it’s from the first year Firebird was in operation.