the boss gave me the OK to look for another car!!!!

Old 11-25-2009, 05:50 PM
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DONT THINK IT WILL FIT IN A OIL SOAKED BOX :lol:
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Old 11-25-2009, 06:08 PM
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Ya wanna run 4 seconds on Nitrous or mid 5's on motor with LOW maintenace ?

look at my avatar...over 100k invested in the car...it can be yours for the low price of $60,000...
AND BRIAN WILL EVEN THROW IN LITTLEHOTRODS PERSONAL PHONE NUMBER SO HE CAN HELP YOU GET THE CAR DELIVERED TO YOU :lol: :lol: :lol:

OUCH.....oK $59,995
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:25 AM
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hmm got any pics???
any specs etc.
looking for a camaro but ill bite at anything .
cheaper to buy already built than to start from scratch.
if your serious ill do a little side trip next time im at Norfolk VA.
I have transport already set up
nephew drives for a transport company up and down the east coast.
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:12 AM
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Originally Posted by rabiddawg
I got 60 grand waiting for a new car
looking for a 1969 camaro drag car with some use on the street.
any ideas on where to find one?
btw I didnt see anything that interest me in RJ classified section
car must be back halved with proffesional certified framework.
looking to build a 8 second car.
Well, if Brians car is a possible. Then I would like to pitch my Beretta chassis that I have for sale here on RJ. First, it is not a street car, However, depending on your performance attitude it could be. The Chassis is certified 25.4 just renewed in september, good till 2012. It will run mid sevens 184 MPH with a 1170 HP push. It ran 8.002 170 MPH with a bone 1000 HP engine and a TH400 trans. The car is 1000 pounds lighter than a back half car and will go lot's faster with same power. This car is completely new in 07, paint, differential, struts and steering pieces. The ad # is 1701526, It is the Dark Garnet Metallic one. This package leaves you needing a relatively inexpensive $10,000 900 HP crate motor to run low 8's from the builder of your choice, and leaves $22,000 in you pocket for fuel and or flowers for that wonderful wife of yours. Beast 477 can verify the condition and performance of this chassis if you would like an outside opinion on the quality of this chassis.
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Old 11-26-2009, 04:22 PM
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nice ill have to show a few guys this and tell me what they think.
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Old 11-26-2009, 04:26 PM
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Boy Brian, that tank of yours sure quick. That engine has a lot of smoke to push that car so fast. That car set up would cost a ton more than $65,000 to recreate even with used parts.
I could not resist the chance to plug my chassis. You never know!
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Old 11-26-2009, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by TopspeedLowet
Boy Brian, that tank of yours sure quick. That engine has a lot of smoke to push that car so fast. That car set up would cost a ton more than $65,000 to recreate even with used parts.
I could not resist the chance to plug my chassis. You never know!
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u know i Luvssss ya Bruce !
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by rabiddawg
hmm got any pics???
any specs etc.
looking for a camaro but ill bite at anything .
cheaper to buy already built than to start from scratch.
if your serious ill do a little side trip next time im at Norfolk VA.
I have transport already set up
nephew drives for a transport company up and down the east coast.

sorry i took the pics and Vids off...the car ain't for sale.....in all my years racing i haver never had a small tire Car this heavy hook so well..as a matter of fact i haven't had a Big tire car hook this well also...lol.
so its just not that i couldn't replace for this price...but Its hard to get one to Work like this one does.....its more Un-common than Common to get a Door car 3,000 lbs with 10.5 tires running 1.10 60fts...with such a small amount of NOS

But the guy who owned it before me had about 100k in the car...Alan Pittman did the chassis..Alan is Ex-promod Driver and one of the premiere chassis Builders in the World...and Not cheap..lol... :shock:

In the spring i am going to Atlanta and experience a little 1/4 Action.. i Looking for some 190mph stuff in the car...should be Fun!!!

Anyhow Good luck with finding your New car..
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:45 PM
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NP
i understand ill keep looking.
At least ya didnt have me go down there just to turn around lol.
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by rabiddawg
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i understand ill keep looking.
At least ya didnt have me go down there just to turn around lol.
no i wouldn't do that to you...lol
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