New Zealand c1975 driven by Ian Dawson
Put a quart of it in Kipper’s oil. Feels like I gained 30hp. I bought another bottle for the Camaro.
*It’s still not really my car. Damn!
There was no lack of awesome iron in the parking. And with weather that good it would be a total loss if it was. This month was horrible however. There was only one exit available to leave from and it jammed everything up. Usually I sneak in some rolling shots in the parking lot, but there was none of that this month.
Here are more of my photos from a few weeks ago at The Mitty. Enjoy!
Last Sunday was round 2 of Modern Muscle Drags and the first time I’ve mounted the drag radials on the back of the Camaro. They made a huge difference, even with me struggling to get the car to actually spin the in the burnout box. Right off the bat my wheel hop issues are gone and the car now squats and goes! My best…
action happens at the start, no need to go past first 20 seconds
Recently I moved down to Virginia for a new job and just happen to be pretty close to a racetrack many of you know ;). This past weekend I was at Virginia International Raceway (VIR). Photographing for the support races, F1600/F2000/Atlantic Championship Series; What can I say about this experience?
The Grand National has a new battery in it.
This thing is getting orangey-tan leather interior. The dealer couldn’t find a 6-speed SS in blue with the Kalahari leather:
IT’S BROKEN AGAIN. Friggin’ trans line burst up near the trans cooler. Aghhhhhhh. This car hates us.
I. Love. This. Car. Drum brakes and all.
Washed it for the first time since October tonight. I (possibly) get to drive it home from school tomorrow!
Forgive my babbling and my ringtone which sounds just like the car.
Got the new carb on. Went from a 750 w/ vacuum secondaries to a 650 Double Pumper. The trans slips and it feels a little underpowered (I’m thinking timing), but it runs fairly well. I myself still haven’t driven it, and I’m a bit wary of it (the history is not positive- never ever ran well) but I’m just giddy. The…
Last Sunday the skies cleared up in Woodburn Oregon to open the racing season for a new class of cars. The new class dubbed “Modern Muscle” is a class specifically for 2004 and newer “muscle cars” (Camaro, Challenger, Mustang, etc) that are relatively stock. It’s bracket style class to help even the playing field.