HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!! OUR SHOP IS FULL AND OUR PROJECT BOARD IS OVERFLOWING!! WE MUST SELL THIS RACE CAR TO MAKE ROOM!! Are you looking for a track car that would be a blast to drive for not a whole lot of money? Are you looking for a winter project? We purchased this car from a reputable race team in the Northwest. They say this chassis won the NW Tour championship in 1999 – but we have no documentation of this. We have a friend that runs a similar car locally, and he said this is a good solid chassis. What does it need? An engine, radiator with cooling fans, oil cooler, exhaust system, bell housing, gearbox linkage, driver’s seat, driver’s harness, windshield, and all the bits that are needed to put those components together. It needs someone that can disassemble and clean all the bits. There is some surface rust on some of the components, but nothing serious. The frame appears to be straight. The bodywork is in good shape. If you take the body off, disassemble, clean, and fit what’s needed, you’re going to have an impressive, safe, track car, for not a lot of money. Currently, it appears that the suspension is setup for a short oval, but the installed suspension appears to have loads of adjustment to get everything pointed in the right direction for road courses. We thought this car would be a kick in the pants to run, but our shop is buried with other winter projects, so we’re offering it for sale. The spares are as pictured… brakes, hubs, braided steel hoses, another diff, gearbox, clutch, etc..
Purported (but not verified) 1999 Northwest Tour Championship chassis.
Catch tanks and breathers installed
All wheels (including spares) have air bleeds installed.
Cockpit features duel ignition systems and radio box.