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#16 wilberj ONLINE  

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Posted May 04, 2015 - 04:45 PM

    That your race car ?  You race dirt or tar ?  I used to run a dirt circle track hobby stock with a friend.  loads of fun !!  OH yeah nice herd, good to let them out and get some fresh air :D

 

Tar car only way to go lol. Dads old limited late modal I hope he will let me drive it some day.  Been a long time since it seen the track. 

 

More info here...  http://gardentractor...ing#entry342816

 

What circuit do you run that allows windshields and side wing windows?  Looks like an outlaw late model from the side.

 

Nice heard of tractors that are looking good from a long winter nap.

 

 It is a outlaw late model that was run on the local track down the road. 

 

More info here... http://gardentractor...ing#entry342816

 

Jerome, If you sell that money pit on the trailer, you'll have a lot more money for the tractor hobby. WOW, what a collection y'all have and that is one very nice El Camino. We have an 85 that I hope to put back on the road soon.

 

Thank you but I don't think I could let dad sell it. I spent a lot of time as a kid seeing my dad race that car and hope that I can to some day.   Thanks for the kind words about my car!



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Posted May 04, 2015 - 04:46 PM

Cragers!!!    :thumbs:  :thumbs:   Don't see those much these days.  Cragers and Keystone  Klassics were my favorites.  Rick 

 

I always loved the look of Cragers!


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