Fully modified car with spares galore. The car is currently configured for dual 1.25 SU�s but has been run with a single 1.5 SU. I am 69 and have decided to get out of racing. The car is more competitive than I am and it deserves a new driver. Composite lap times (assembled from the data system) would put the car first or second but due to inconsistency of the driver it usually finishes first, second or third, beating some of the EP cars. Fiberglass (Hood, Fenders, Back deck, Windscreen, Valence), removable Air dam, Cross drilled nitrided crank, Crower rods, Venolia pistons, Crane cam, Roller rockers, stainless valves, Electromotive ignition, Oberg oil filter, Aluminum radiator, Laminova oil -water heat exchanger, Tilton clutch and Flywheel, Aluminum bell housing, Quafe transmission, Gear reduction starter, Locked rear ends (3.6 and 3.2), Aluminum front hubs, GT6 brakes, in cockpit adjustable break bias, Heavy duty rear axles, Special rear suspension with fiberglass spring, AIM 8 Channel EV03 ( normal channels plus suspension travel and additional pressure and temperature sensors), 2 and � sets of wheels, mounted rains, extra tires, fiberglass body molds. Spares include: pre-assembled engine less (ignition, flywheel, and roller rockers), coated Vandervell bearings, 1500 and 1300 blocks, 1500 and 1300 cranks, heads, GT6 transmissions, rear ends, shocks, miscellaneous seals and brake parts, suspension parts, original rear suspension, twin and single manifolds, 1.5 and 1.25 SU carbs, some 1.5 Stromberg carbs, and more. 16 foot tandem axle tilt bed trailer with electric brakes and ramps available separately.
The car was built and raced by Glenn Graham. I am its second owner. Logbook 1 starts with a race on July 1979, went to the runoffs from 1980 through 1988 and did well finishing second in 1980, retired in 1989. Purchased from Glenn in 2002 when significant updates were made by myself and Glenn (Quafe transmission, Tilton clutch and flywheel, electromotive ignition, flow bench work on heads, aluminum radiator, Laminova oil/water heat exchanger, etc.). Raced 2002 till May 2007, logbook 3. It has been campaigned principally in the southwest division. The car is currently mothballed but little will need to be done to get it on the track.
Recent Competition History
Numerous first and seconds in SouthWest Division. Finished second in the Runoffs in 1980. Past Division Champion.
Weight: 1830 lbs
Track: Texas Motor Speedway
Engine Builder: Glenn Graham / Matt Matthews
Displacement: 1500 cc
Horsepower: 128 at rear wheels @ 6900
Torque: 105 ft lb at rear wheels @ 5600
Induction: twin 1.25 SU, or one 1.5 SU
Heads: Graham/Matthews on a custom flow bench 144 - 146 cfm, with single carb 119, with dual carbs 131
Block: CI - 0.040 over with coated cam bearings, nickle sleeves
Main Caps: CI , pre assembled engine has steel center main
Crankshaft: 0.010/0.010, some 0.020/0.020 nitrided/cross drilled
Connecting Rods: Crower 5/16 bolts 2 sets
Pistons: Coated Venolia 0.040 in engine, 0.043 in pre assembled
Camshaft: Two Crane, many spares, some in original factory boxes
Valves: Stainless, both engines
Valve Train: roller rockers for engine in car, tubular push rods both eng
Clutch: Tilton both engines
Pressure Plate: Tilton modified with studs instead of bolts., spare
Flywheel: One Tilton, one stock lightened
Exhaust: Stahl 4-1 fit to heads special collector minimize reversion