- Mar 24, 2008
So there not really that important?
I also like his rear spring hangers
Click the in the shop tab and scroll down to see their vette build. They do amazing work
good idea, raise the body to finish weld the cage....3R Automotive in Denver I know, the vintage racer belongs to a racing friend who works there (his father also owns a big Corvette resto shop in Denver)...I don`t see the brake system though?? where is it? I do like that power steering box.....
like the adjustable rear swaybar on the C-3 vintage racer?...I know his father buys stuff from the guy who built that black ($250K) mid year roadster....very trick and very expensive.
That car has some amazing fabrication done to it
I think the engine has been moved back also
Here it is done
I believe those are two different cars.....
Oh so the other one will be his second then, he must have got tired of loosing :smash:
Did you see the 3r brake set up? pretty trick
That jeep box is the only thing I do not like on that car, not the box itself but the way it was done. The car has nice fabrication all over it (love the diff crossmember) and then they mount the box with those overlapping double holes w/ adapter blocks. The way that is mounted (corvettesteering.com?) looks like something that was done in Delhi!
I like how greenwood did it much much better, they have a nice set of tubes with mounting plates between the frame and cage.