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This is an original Chevelle oval track race car that was campaigned in the late 1970s and early 1980s in Ohio by local racing legend Linda Landers. Landers was the first woman to ever take the first-place points lead in the local standings, laying out a path for the countless female racing drivers who would follow – some of whom would rise to the top echelons of American motor racing. This Chevelle was built for racing the same way many of them were, with a modified chassis, a tubular steel frame, and steel body panels that could be quickly changed after race track altercations… read the full article and see more pics here>

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AWD Burnouts for Days

We bring back one of our oldest custom projects, the four-engine, 4wd go-kart! The four-engine go-kart is powered by four stock Predator 212s, totaling 848ccs

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Fast AF

Because driver comfort is overrated, but ripping across the lake at ungodly speeds isn’t #dragboat #detroit #boatracing #lake #bigengines #bighorsepower Tom Beatty Automotive Engineering 1951

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Highboy Dent Side

The term “Highboy” has been used to refer to the 1967-1977.5 Ford F-250 4X4, although ‘Highboy’ wasn’t actually a Ford term. The early 4X4 pickups

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