Excellent restoration of a late thirties Sprint Car powered by a Ranger aircraft engine. The engine is reported to be originally from one of National Sprint Car Hall of Famer "Dizz" Wilson's cars. It was a barn find by Mel Clark, who had another Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Sammy Packard do the restoration to a very high standard. The finished car was featured in the November 1984 issue of "Open Wheel" magazine. It would be an outstanding addition to any collection
Engine Builder: Sammy Packard
Type: 6 Cylinder Aircraft, Air cooled
Displacement: 440 Cubic In.
Induction: 4 Stromberg 97 Carbs.
Camshaft: Single Overhead
Valves: 4 per cylinder
Total Time: 0 hours
Fuel Type: 87 Octane race
Builder: B. Helmes
Front Suspension: Beam Axle, transverse leaf spring, chrome, excellent