1975 Nova body for sale. Clean body, 10 bolt rear end, front disk brakes, no engine. Make a nice start for a hobby stock racer.
Monday, July 4, 2011
Sunday, July 3, 2011
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I didn't realize that they don't let people on the ramp any more, so I got mildly in trouble for taking these pictures. Still, I understand the safety and insurance issues, and they were not asses about it - but it probably means I won't get such pictures again. If one of these cars is yours, let me know. If you link to us and let us put a link to your site, I will probably let you use the photo. Great racing with you, Ladies and Gents. (OK, yes, I don't actually do the racing - David Sr. does - but after all the video taping and editing, I am at least part of the team!)
Well, the Declaration of Independence didn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit thereof. And pursue, we did, but alas, our pursuit this Fourth of July weekend was dramatic and very short-lived. The car can be repaired, however, but we are probably off the track for a few weeks now. Bummer. Watch our video of Camaro vs. Wall.
Couldn't even go down to the track at intermission and hang out with the drivers and fans. But no human bodily injuries - just injuries to the vehicle and our pride! DNF - Did Not Finish - being pushed off the track sucks. No points this week. Still, as long as no one gets hurt, a bad day at the races is still better than a good day at the office!
We've been experimenting with camera location. So far, we've tried front-from-inside, outside-rear (Brad's camera, thanks for the loan!), over-drivers-left-shoulder. Kind of worried about putting it in the outside as it's our new toy, but I think our next location may be on-the-roof-facing-forward. It was a bit pricey, but we are definately enjoying our GoPro Hero camera... and the software and computer that we bought to go with it!
Going to miss some races due to repairs, National Guard duties, and vacation, but hope to see you at the track soon!