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DDTH2000
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 23
posted December 02, 2000 01:14 AM  
just what are you looking for. i have access to a couple of pintos. if you are interested i live near clinton. e-mail me at scottszoo@earthlink.net i also have one built that has never been on the track yet. let me know.

4s racing
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 78
posted December 13, 2000 06:20 PM  
call me at 225 683-3491 we can maybe get together and get you something built. if you haven't ever built one i might be able to save you some headaches and $$$.

KWTracer
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 233
posted December 14, 2000 01:38 PM  
I have a mustang 2 coupe in Texas if interested

DDTH2000
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 23
posted December 14, 2000 06:14 PM  
I'll take 500.00 each for the ones that are not built. and 2300.00 for the one that is ready to race. is that easy enough!!!!!!!!

DDTH2000
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 23
posted December 25, 2000 01:33 PM  
well if you are talking a body i might be able to do something for 300.00. i was thinking you wanted a complete car to start off with. you don't want a motor and tranny with it? let me know.

4s racing
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 78
posted December 25, 2000 09:20 PM  
OH iforgot to tell you,i have acess to plenty of mustangs,toyotas,just about any kind of 4cyl. cars you want to name.I'M NOT TRYING TO PRESSURE YOU just trying to help a fellow racer out.my freind is fixing to crush all of what he has after the 1st.of the year.and he will sell you something within your budget i'm sure. so let me know if your interested. go fast turn left and happy new year.

DDTH2000
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 23
posted December 25, 2000 09:42 PM  
well you might and i hope you do.But what you haven't thought about is extra parts.A piar of front spindles for a pinto or mustang is going for 200.00. what do you think a rear end goes for.you will need all of these.this ain't drag racing.lots of luck. if you need something i'll try to help you.

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