Any pictures of the car or trailer I'm able to gather from Carl will be posted here. I've reached out to him in search of more information.
NHRA Stock Eliminator cars are limited to 9" tires w/no tubs or mini-tubs. Roll bar is required in cars that run quicker than mid-12s, a full cage in cars that run quicker than 10.0 and in all convertibles. The car must be able to pass a tear down inspection that includes removal of one head, carburetor, and (if required) the oil pan. Parts such as head castings, manifolds, carburetors, cam (lift), pistons, etc., are held to factory-established specs. In B/SA (Stock Automatic) Carl's '69 would be considered highly competitive if it is capable of 10.40 or better with no power adding support allowed. It's all-motor, all the time with a 375 horsepower, 396 cubic inch motor.