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PS: Real men drive altereds. Real crazy men drive FUEL altereds!
I know. I watched Willie and Sush (and many others) race many times at Lions and OCIR back in the day. The question was never who would win. The real question was which lane they'd be in going through the lights . . .
So if I were to field a car at this point, I think I'd be looking at a nostalgia FED or altered running a 240+ Ford. The Inliners D/D[ragster] late stock head and maximum 260ci class on gasoline or alky might be interesting. Of course, bracket racing would be the primary mode of competition as a simple practical matter.
... I understand that an old school car would limit potential performance but at this point in life, it's not so much about going really quick and fast as it is about having (affordable) fun and enjoying the company of other racers at the track.
THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER wrote:This article was published in SuperFord Magazine in 1985. Most of what I wrote still holds true today. Enjoy.
sam2007 wrote:in a previous thread you mentioned for porting advice ..do not remove the step/ledge around the exhaust stem of the exhaust port but you were not giving any reason as to why ? thanks
62RatRod wrote:...you used to race these bad boys right?
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