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Author Topic:   2001 Speedway Kit IMCA Mod
Greggie
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 204
posted April 17, 2003 06:14 PM
2001 Speedway Kit IMCA Mod. 2 link with spring pull-bar. Has 3 speed Saginaw w/ bellhousing and drive shaft. Add gear and motor to go racing.

Has Kirkey LW seat, Auto Meter glow-in-the-dark guages incl. tach. Has all plumbing for alcohol and mech. type pump. Power steering is also complete and has pulley for KRC serpentine drive.

Comes with headers and 4 Aero wheels/tires (one is a bead-lock) and has Griffin radiator.

Rear-end is a SCS Fabricating housing w/ Mittler hubs and gun drilled axles.

Comes w/ 5 Pro shocks and Tru-Coil springs and extra front bumpers and some new quarter panels. I also have extra rub-rails.

Ran about 70 - 80th in points @ 2002 IMCA Supernationals and made a REALLY good showing against the Jet and Henry Witt in the Last Chance Heat race.

This is a very simple car and would be great for a beginner and was only raced from June to September in 2001 and I had it out in 2002 10 times or so (used only as back-up in 2002).

Looking for $4500/obo and will deliver 500 miles.

Greg Cox
Altoona, Iowa
515-710-1736

PS--- For pictures, go to www.motorsportsphotography.net. Click on the super nationals button then go to day 3 page 5 and day 4 page 1. It is the Blue/Yellow/Red C62 car.

[This message has been edited by Greggie (edited April 17, 2003).]

Greggie
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 204
posted April 22, 2003 09:14 PM
I forgot to put down that it comes with a freshly rebuilt Barry Grant SilverClaw alcohol carburetor w/fuel log.

Greg.

Greggie
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 204
posted April 27, 2003 03:54 PM
TTT

TRM38
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 42
posted April 27, 2003 11:38 PM
I tried clicking on the pictures and get a vacant website..

Greggie
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 204
posted April 28, 2003 09:53 PM
This should get you there. I don't quite understand what happens, but the other address is what is in my bookmark, but this is what comes up in the Go box.
www.vistastorm.com/~motophoto1

Greggie

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