posted March 06, 2001 07:47 PM
I'm in Florida for now in the military. My car and trailer are at my in laws in Alabama and my head equipment is at my parents another 45 miles up the road. I race in AL. Sometimes I pull back down here and race but that gets expensive.So we run in Greenville AL. I think it's great for a chassis builder to be on here and try to help out. I know you're busy and all. I built two of my own cars. It's alot of work. I won championships in 98 and 99. The 99 car was good. I won 7 or 8 races. If I didn't win or wreck I finished second or third. The 98 car was just as good. In 2000 the military sent me to Saudi so obviously I couldn't race. Well not cars any way. This year I moved to Limited. I bought an old 2x2 TnT car. I cut the back off and underslung it and added the 4 bar. I think this is as far as my budget will go. I hope something good will happen and one day I can run with the big boys. Maybe I could order a car from you one day. You never know. One thing people miss about cars. Any chassis builders car can win on any night if he's got the bite and a good driver. The right spring and shock combo and a good motor. Around here people talk alot about which car is winning right now. Like GRT or Rayburn. Well it was the setup and driver not the type car he was in. I've seen some high priced cars get outrun and I've outrun many $20,000 Superstreet cars with my $7,000 car. Well your probably tired of hearing about me and my opinions so have a good day.
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posted March 06, 2001 09:03 PM
Glad for the input-and you are right it is a lot of work. There is a lot that goes into chassis building- and a lot are things some never think about. If you ever need parts- look us up and when you want to buy a new car- well- look us up then too! Thanks