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Nice work on that wing.

 

That fuel cell is probably the better way to go anyways.

Thank you, I haven't done very much wood work in my life lol that was the first time my wood router had been used on something besides aluminum. The moderm fuel cell will be safer for vintage racing too, I don't need a fire.

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The first chrome plated parts!!! I am going to chrome everything that was originally chromed on the super modified.

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The upper shock mount is poorly engineered. It should be at least triangulated to be supported by the vertical bar like the right side. Maybe a much larger 6" gusset. All stress both up and down is now on the flimsy tube 'bumper'. It will fatigue and fold where it meets the vertical pipe.

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I do not get the name "super modified"  is it a class or what? It looks to me more like just some one of built racing thing, not a modified production car?  Cool build.

 

PS. You guys need truck ralling in there. And I mean trucks - not big cars with cargo beds in the back.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUYGlHnQ30g

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Super modified is a race class, go fast turn left racing that is.

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.... go fast turn left racing that is.

 

 

 

What NASCAR used to be, before it became a homogenized spam bar-b-cue for redneck consumption.

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