wiki says wheelbase is 111". I would put a 4/6 cyl in it and try and sneak it into midsize. Also humps will go to hell if they aren't chained or running solid shocks. If you put engine into firewall and get the front shocks back to K member the front will be pretty good but still not for fullsize.
Post by paderby13a on Oct 15, 2020 14:06:13 GMT -5
The local track runs rules as 4 cyl and 6 cyl fwd are minis, 6 cyl and 8 cyl rwd is full-size, so there is no way I'm going to be running it in a midsize class. I was just really going to weld all that I can solid, plate humps, and some shock mods. I just didn't know if anyone else had any ideas. Most of the stuff up where I run is right around 80s and newer, only a few guys can still dig up (or afford) old iron this deep in the rust belt.
Every time I try and throw together something to “giver hell” knowing better cars from the start are coming I last as long as an eager teen on prom night. It’s taken me a couple years but after dumping everything I had in a two week build to the rules and when I showed up everyone was way overbuilt and passed tech( not much for tech) I didn’t load and wasted a car and two weeks of sleep. If that happened today I’d load it. Building this car for that show will be the same story
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