EARLY SIXTIES "LUCKY HELL DRIVERS" THE CHALLENGE TO DEATH PROGRAM
UTILIZING FORD PRODUCTS
"WILD BILL" REED sends a Dodge convertible burtling over 70 feet through space in a spectacular ramp-to-ramp jump at the Florida State Fair in Tampa. HE WAS KILLED IN A REVERSE SPIN STUNT August 22, 1962 in Purchase District Fair; Mayfield, KY. 1965 J.K.PRODUCTIONS presents the ``KING`` KOVAZ AUTO DAREDEVILS.
A fourth unit was produced for 1964 and 1965 to perform shows at the New York World Fair. That unit did 1,200 performances and was featured on NBC's "Today" show. Over the next five years, Kochman cut back to one unit, which toured the world, selling out venues including the Houston Astrodome. RAY JACKSON JASPER THE CLOWN.
Walter & Bill Williams had gained enough experience and expertise in the business of auto thrills, to create their own show, the 'Trans-Canada Hell Drivers'.
1969 PAUL RIDDELL HELL DRIVERS