[/quote]Well the ass end of that car didn’t hold up very well. So is it implied to drive with the front end only? Hopefully mine holds up better. Lol. [/quote]
Noooo if the front is built correctly in front of a arms and bumps are chained and rear rails are even just chained together these 64-66 imperials are incredible front and back. I'd say the rear is better than the front even. Just never get time to use them when theres 5 vics on every imp.
dude that picture was not toward you or the great build you are doing. years ago in our area we use to have a enforcer car like DENT did for guys laying back not hitting.lol that picture was the results from 1 hit applied by a friend in a full blow outlaw car/very heavy. If you want to see some dam nice derbies with fullframers look up all4himracing/Williams county fair in montplier ohio. help ya out a little youtu.be/nNCJ3zLFhGc This derby is very strict with basically stock built cars.
Also please use 1 inch lug nuts .the car above put a a$$ whopping on my 64 2 door right rear tire years ago. actually it was all my fault with the hit. the hit broke axel and dam near pulled all the lug nuts thru the rim. 5 on 5 "TRUE" grudge match my team is black was driving black full frame. youtu.be/wLkAjcqlQss
like "owen11x" said they are equally strong front and back even if built bone stock.
Last Edit: May 12, 2020 21:38:16 GMT -5 by improse
I seem to recall the DENT car being called the Enforcer? Like a 66 imp seem to recall reading it weighed a ridiculous amount of weight.
Yeah, I believe the Enforcer was a 66 Imperial. It had an old section of roof welded to the original, then attaching to the ends of the rear quarters making the appearance of a wagon. Many people actually thought it was a factory wagon. I have pictures of it that I had found online years ago, but unfortunately I never did figure out how to post pictures on here. Cool car though.
Last Edit: May 15, 2020 12:06:33 GMT -5 by wildchild