Surfing on the edge of time...
MkIII Pin-drive IRS SN95 SB100
Team III Rims from Richard Oben Re-built Bilsteins 10/08
Miata 24mm front/19mm rear sway bars
First go-cart 7-22-07
5.0 GT40 Intake 70mm C&L MAF, Accufab TB SUPER-S PIPES BY GWIZDAK
Guardsman blue/Wimbledon white stripes
by Street Rod Painter. http://www.nckcc.com/about-nckcc.html
FFR 4530 Completed 8/04 A modern twist on a classic car!...FPS 418W with stack injection, 453RWHP and 478#TQ, (so far) midshift Tremec 3550, painted black with candy red stripes by the BAT, Red Chrome 17" Cobra R's,Cobra brakes, VPM swaybars, CF dash with flamed billet bezel and Autometers, and a few other goodies!!
FFR 3378 - 503 BB, $old and missed
RCR GT40 - 1051P clone, $old
FFR 7991 - becoming a 289 FIA with a Mr. Bruce body, 331, Webers, T-5, IRS, Vintage Wheels pin drive wheels, and Goodyear billboards http://www.bills289fia.com
it was fun chasing you on the way up. SUPERCOBRA sounds really cool when you get on it at speed. you'll never know, because you're the driver, but take it from me, it sounds MEAN!
302, GT40P's, E cam, Holley 600 DP, Stealth intake, WC-T5, 4-into-4's, Power Steering & Power Brakes, 5 lug and disc's, Gas-N Pipes, 315 rears on Halibrand Cobra III's, 3.55's, Earl's vents, gotta be BLUE: 12,400 miles so far!
Sergio, congratulations, it was nice to meet you in person and I really appreciate the time you spent showing me all the work you have done on your car, you gave me a number of important tips that will save me a lot of time.
You Supercobra looks awesome.
Complete Kit, Supercharged SVT 4.6, T56, IRS, Pin Drive, Vintage 17” Wheels, First Start 7/31/08 Painted (PPG hot Red) and 99% complete 5/15/12
Congratulations Sergio! That is one bad-ass SUPER Cobra. It was nice to finally meet you and several others that we have corresponded with on this outrageous forum.
Because we are so new, with our build just getting under way, we had nothing to bring. But our goal for next year's event is to have a substantially complete go-cart at the show. The fact that David Hodgkins' go-cart was the only one there was kind of disappointing. It's actually a crowd-pleaser to see what these things look like without the body on; particularly for those of us just getting underway.
But, what a great event. We had a ball. The weather was perfect. And the Beach Boys sounded just like they did 40 years ago. Oh, that's right. Those were 40-year old recordings. Kowabunga dude! Surf's up!!
Ed ~ a former original '66 GT350 owner. Paid $4695
Sadly...also a former Mk 3.1 kit owner/builder-Sold it
Now relieving my "need for speed" autocrossing our 1995 Miata
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