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Old 11-24-2008, 06:40 AM
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I have a 98 Mullis and have a friend that had a 95 Mullis and they both have chassis tags
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Old 11-24-2008, 06:45 AM
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is this tag in the cage area were you sit,,,steve
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:27 AM
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Originally Posted by vega34
is this tag in the cage area were you sit,,,steve
Yes .. but small name chassis would not have them in that era.
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by 3dracing
I have a 98 Mullis and have a friend that had a 95 Mullis and they both have chassis tags
Our 96 Mullis was tagged as well. Most major builders tagged their cars from the start but not all builders did. It made difficult to determine who the builder was and people were passing off knock off no names for top brand cars.
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Old 11-24-2008, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by vega34
thanks guys,i know this one is like a 95 but it very clean,heres the one i want,if i could sell the wagon,take a look at this one

http://www.racingjunk.com/post/13744...-HARDTAIL.html
what you think
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Old 11-24-2008, 03:33 PM
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What year is the actual chassis and who was the original builder? What did Racetech update and replace? Does the original body still mount to the car? Don't be afraid to ask questions. All in all, much better then the other one you were looking at appearance wise. I personally would think the cage would be snug on a driver of that size. If you are close, go get in it and see how it feels.
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Old 11-24-2008, 03:42 PM
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95 racetech put in new cage,seat and bracing,the other one i was looking at was a 19" and i fit pretty good,so i shouldn't have no problem fitting,

225 inch hardtail rear-engine dragster, rolling chassis. Updated by RaceTech Race Cars in August of 2007 with new cage, seat, and bracing. Will fit large driver... 19 inches wide, 39 inches high... I am 6'3 @ 230 pounds, to give you an idea of who can fit. ~NEW~ Biondo Outlaw shifter with electric solenoid, and MSD activation switch. ***retails @ $399.99*** MSD 7AL2 ignition box with MSD 3 step. Biondo Mega 50 delay box. AutoMeter tach. ~NEW~ Simpson Camloc belts. ***retails @ $222.95*** Convo-Pro rear wheels. Brand ~NEW~ Hoosier rear tires 33x16.5 S-15 D06 - only 3 passes! ***retails @ $292.11 each*** ~NEW~ front Weld Pro-Star wheels ***retails @ $444.99 each*** with ~NEW~ Hoosier front tires 22.0x2.5-17 ***retails @ $131.99 each*** 2 bodies: one on the car is black, inside and out; other is red with flames. 3 inch scoop tray with Harwood scoop. Set up for full-length power glide. Rear end has nodular iron case with Moser axels. Braced 9 inch housing. Mark Williams coupler included. Small block Chevy motor plates included. ~NEW~ Willwood master cyl., rear has Willwood calipers with ~NEW~ pro-X brakes. Painted Schoenfeld up-swept headers included. Aluminum fuel tank, radiator, and fan. Holley blue fuel pump. Simpson parachute. ~NEW~ battery included. ~NEW~ dash. ~NEW~ Auto-Meter gauges. ~NEW~ LED interior light Great car... goes fast, and straight. I ran low 5's, high 6's in 1/8th mile with just a small block. Would be great for someone coming out of junior dragster or just getting into their first rail. Email me with any questions or for more pictures.
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Old 11-24-2008, 05:03 PM
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Its 10x the car that other one is just by glancing already.

Shawn is right 19" cage you must be a little guy to feel comfortable in there, I am 5"9 200lbs and wont get anything under 22" cage have a 24" now. If you like it, I'd say go look at it. Its a lot nicer car then the other one.
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Old 11-24-2008, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by shawnp
I personally would think the cage would be snug on a driver of that size. If you are close, go get in it and see how it feels.
WITH YOUR SAFETY GEAR ON ! HELMET AT THE LEAST !
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Old 11-24-2008, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by DrivingMissDD
Originally Posted by shawnp
I personally would think the cage would be snug on a driver of that size. If you are close, go get in it and see how it feels.
WITH YOUR SAFETY GEAR ON ! HELMET AT THE LEAST !
dress like you would drive it---it will make a diffence!!!!!!!

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