The rules would be as follows.
1. Your project has to be powered by a straight six. (Duh...) No V-configuration or flat sixes allowed. Any inline six. Flathead, overhead, cam(s) in the block or head, none of that matters as long as all six cylinders are arranged single file front to back.
2. Yes- Slant sixes do count. And not just Mopars, Mercedes and Datsun also installed some of their sixes at a slight angle.
3. I do mean any I-6, so that means anything from a Stovebolt in a '37 Chevy coupe to a Cat turbo diesel in a Peterbilt, or what have you.
4. The vehicle you use does not need to be one which housed an inline six from the factory. Want to stuff a Supra mill into that Toyota pickup? Or a Hudson 308 into a '32 Ford? Go for it!
5. Any style is accepted. Dead-serious realistic model or something a bit more cartoony, and all points in between. (This might just be your excuse to finally build that Monogram Horn Toad or Red Baron.) Factory stock, hot rod, custom, and racing are welcome, as are any combinations of those types.
6. Beginning date will be when/if we get a few interested parties, end date will be when the fabric of time-space begins to unravel. So no deadline worries, in other words.
That should cover it all, any questions, feel free to ask.
Edited by Michigan Madman, 30 June 2012 - 01:34 PM.