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    Travis Medford
  1. Carolina Vintage Racing Assoc.

    Thanks for sharing Ricky, those are some cool stock cars
  2. Mad Max Gigahorse

    It's great seeing an update on this amazing build. I love the fact that they made these cars work and not just look the part for the cameras. They could easily have faked it but they put the time and effort into actually making them work. It's a shame most of them were trashed after production ended.
  3. Carolina Vintage Racing Assoc.

    Hey guys, this past Saturday I went to Greenville Pickens Speedway to watch the Vintage Racing Association. There were some tough looking cars that compete in this group. The racing was great as well. They really put down some fast laps and aren't afraid to mix it up. I took several pics that will hopefully be good reference material for you guys. Enjoy!
  4. Experimental junk

    sounds wild! what would you want in trade?
  5. Experimental junk

    That make and model seems a little too big and heavy for a dirt tracker. But I appreciate the offer.
  6. Experimental junk

    Hey guys, I'm looking to experiment with wrecked body panels on a dirt stock car. Any glue bomb, warped or junked body and or chassis will do. Any make or model (no trucks) preferably 1955 - 1969 Thanks Travis
  7. East Coast 32 coupe

    Update: I finalized the rear shocks and completed the exhaust system. I still need to bend and tweak it a little, add exhaust tips, clean up the rear spring, etc. but I'm satisfied with it enough to move on to other issues. stay tuned.
  8. 1932 Ford 3 window coupe

    If it's not too late, the brake backing plats can be set flush to the back of the inner wheels
  9. AMT NASCAR/sportsman Nova swap

    I assumed so too. I'm replicating a Jack Ingram car that would have a Banjo Matthews chassis. I dug out some old Stock Car Racing magazines from 75 that included a project sportsman car with front steer. Im curious to know if the NASCAR AMT kits engines can swap parts, mainly the oil pan and headers from the Fords onto the Chevy block.
  10. AMT NASCAR/sportsman Nova swap

    I assume the AMT Fords have the rear steer set up. I'm still researching so I haven't got a kit to reference. It's not a huge deal, but I would like to get as accurate as possible to a Sportsman Nova that ran in the mid 70s
  11. 1932 Ford 3 window coupe

    Very nice build. Your paint looks awesome. However, the brake backing plates look like they are not connected to the wheel
  12. AMT NASCAR/sportsman Nova swap

    Hey guys, I am planning on using the Mark Jeffries method to build a sportsman Nova using an AMT NASCAR chassis and an AMT Nova body. My question is: If my donor kit is an AMT Ford with the rear steer Banjo style set up but the power plant is Chevy is it acceptable to use the Ford oil pan to clear the steering arms? Are there other things to consider with this swap? I'm still in the planning stages, so any info is helpful. Thanks.
  13. 40 ford finned fuel pump block-off plate

    Paul hooked me up! Thanks
  14. I'm looking for the finned fuel pump block-off plate from the Revell 40 ford street rod kit. Does anybody have one to spare?
  15. 31 ford sedan

    Killer little hop up! screw the doors, throw some surf boards in there and hit the beach.