Built in 2002 paying attention to strict 1972 GCR regulations (have copies of 72 GCR and 68 SCCA homoligation rules). Have documentation of all parts used and dyno sheets. Completely legal for all vintage racing sanctions. Very good condition. Has seen 5 weekends of racing since build. Well tested, will not be a maintenance headache at the track. Would be race ready with new tires and brakes all the way around. Body professionally stitch welded with fender flares done by Bob Hill, professional race car builder. Suspension and rear axle assembly done by EPS Walt Hane/Chip Hane. Engine built by Ridge Reamer. Dynoed and tuned by EPS. Interior rollcage done by professional rollcage builder in Denver.
Purchased chassis from Bob Hill in 2001 and began building as a race car to compete with local vintage racing clubs. Since build, I had raced a couple of weekends a year in 2003 and 2004. Have been midpack to front-pack runner, but I generally take it easy compared to the front-running drivers. The car has been at home in the shop since 2004 simply due to competing priorities.
Recent Competition History
Historically a mid-pack runner with me driving. Car certainly was built with the potential to lead with a competitive driver.
Class: AS TA
Weight: 2800 lbs
Best Time: 1:49 sec
Track: Pueblo Motorsports Park
Engine Builder: Ridge Reamer, Arvada CO
Displacement: 289 ci
Induction: 1 Holley 600 CFM 4-barrel, built specifically for the engine by EPS on dyno
Heads: Windsor Jr steel, 1.94 intake, 1.60 exhaust, titanium valves, etc. Competition springs, bronze guides.
Block: Ford Race 4-bolt A4 splayed mains
Main Caps: Billett Steel
Crankshaft: Moldex Billett Steel
Connecting Rods: Insky Forged I-beam, 3/8" ARP rod bolts
Pistons: Ross 12.76:1 compression ratio, 13.5 cc dome
Camshaft: Lunati 575 lift on intake, 544 on exhaust, 105 duration