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  3. Dirt street stock

    No longer for sale
  4. Well the weekend we have waited for is almost here. Weather once Wednesday is past looks good for Friday , Saturday and Sunday ! Even the night time temp looks great ( high 50's). Start off at the fast South Texas Speedway Friday and Saturday night and finish with the greatly improved Texana Raceway Park in Edna. Can't wait to see the new track surface and new metal grandstand. I understand for those that liked bringing your chairs on the hill that option is still there! Both of these tracks have new promoters so we fans need to pack their tracks and get them off to a great start ! See ya at the races!
  5. McGunegill Engine, brand new block, built by Westside Performance. 0 miles on it. 604 crate motor. MSD Distributor pro billet part # 8361, brand new Moroso wires and ATI Super Damper harmonic balancer. Brand new, never used and is ready to go for an oval track car. In Pasadena, TX. Need it gone! Contact me at 713-865-0027 or imaratred@aol.com Asking $6,500 OBO
  6. I'm looking for a factory stock roller or possibly something more. What you got? Looking to buy within the next week...
  7. 2009 Chevy 3500

    Turns out problem with brake light switch, thanks for everyone's help
  8. Last call Monday Feb 19 only
  9. Looking for MD3 type LM nose and fenders. San Antonio area
  10. Fast go kart

    Runs. Good Not Junk
  11. An Advanced Look at Sprint Series of Oklahoma Season Opener Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – February 18, 2018 - Less than two weeks remain until the 2018 season opener as the Sprint Series of Oklahoma IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car Series presented by Smiley’s Racing Products/Hoosier Tires Southwest kicks off their third season at Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma on Saturday evening, March 3, 2018 and the running of the “Pole Position Spring Nationals.” The cast of regulars virtually remain the same while new drivers make their inaugural full-time appearance utilizing a a 305-ci motor. Two-time and defending tour champion Andy Shouse of Oklahoma City will be looking for three championships in a row. The 2016 IMCA Sprint Car National champion leads the tour in career victories with seven and has two at the track formally known as Brill Motor Speedway. Joe Wood, Jr. of Oklahoma will also return to the series and is tied for third in career series victories with three, one of which also came at Red Dirt Raceway. Loyd Clevenger of Newalla returns to the quarter-mile clay oval in hopes of finally reaching victory lane after coming just five laps sort in his quest of the checkered flag last September as he led twenty-five laps before encounters with a lapped car. Chris Kelly of Moore has one career series victory and will once again compete full-time with the series as well as Mike Scott (Midwest City), Cody Whitworth (Tuttle), Eric Matthews (Conway Springs, Kansas), Chad Koch (Wichita Falls, Texas), defending series rookie of the year Tristian Oakes (Sand Springs, OK), Jerry Jumper (Moore), Dillon Laden (Yukon), Josh Toho (Hinton), Blake Scott (Elmore City), Tanner Conn (OKC) and Justin Mowery (Mustang) are all expected to compete in most, if not all, the races in 2018. Shane Sellers of Mustang will compete full-time with the series this year, taking over the reigns of the Pete Haskins owned #16s, last year driven by Steven Shebester (Mustang). Shebester has taking over the driving duties of the Lubbock Wrecker #11x for this season. Shayla Waddell, a part-time series competitor the series first two years, will be on board full-time in 2018 as Brandon Jennings of Norman will also focus solely on 305-ci competition. Veteran chassis repair man Duane Baker of Chickasha and Brian Harvey of Moore have purchased the 305-ci RaceSaver engines and will be in competition in 2018 while Cody Jarvis (Mustang) will be competing full-time and for rookie of the year honors after attending a select amount of shows last year. After taking a year off to return to the micro ranks, young Alison Slaton will be back with SSO as well in 2018. Other Texas-state drivers expected to make the trek north into the “Sooner State” include Wolf City driver Robert Vetter, Wichita Falls driver Sterling Hoff and the brother-sister duo of Michelle and Justin Melton of Flower Mound, Texas. Gates will open at noon on Saturday, March 3rd, with a special start time set for 4:00 PM. Grandstand general admission is $15 for adults; people 5’4” and lower admitted into the grandstands for free. Pit gates open at 5:00 PM with racing slated for a 7:30 PM start time. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults ages 16 and up; $13 for ages 12-15 and all seniors while all pit passes are $30. Red Dirt Raceway is located off I-40 to exit 186 then sixteen miles north on State Hwy 18. If coming from the Tulsa area take the Turner Turnpike (I-44) to the Chandler exit, then ten miles south of Hwy 66 on State Hwy 18. More information on Brill Motor Speedway can be found on the tracks official websitewww.reddirtraceway.com or call (405) 318-0198. For more information on the SSO check out their official facebook page: Sprint Series of Oklahoma or call competition director Jim Messmer (405) 417-2202. Career SSO victories: Shouse (7); Wood, Jr. and John Carney II (3); Chad Wilson (2); Brandon Long, Jake Martens, Chad Wilson, Luke Cranston, Marcus Thomas, Austin Mundie, Chad Koch, Chris Kelly, Michael Day, Steven Shebester, Michelle Melton, Robert Sellers and Kevin Ramey (1). Brill Motor Speedway/Red Dirt Raceway SSO feature winners: Shouse (2), Martens, Wood and Robert Sellers (1)
  12. IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular Schedule Announced Wilkesboro (NC) Dragway added to the series' schedule WEST PALM BEACH, Fla - The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) announced today the complete 20-race schedule for the new IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular. The historic Wilkesboro Dragway, Wilkesboro, N.C., has been added to the schedule. The IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular will produce a fun double-race weekend with increased purses that is affordable for grassroots, bracket-racing competitors who support their local tracks each week. The opening weekend of races is March 9-11, 2018 at Xtreme Raceway Park, Ferris, Texas and Farmington Dragway, Mocksville, N.C. The races feature a $10,000-to-win payout on Saturday and a $5,000-to-win race on Sunday. There is a national contingency program available to all IHRA members who advance to the final two rounds each day. As part of its contingency program, Summit Racing Equipment will now pay for the win, runner-up and semifinal positions. In addition, there are cash bonuses for the IHRA Summit SuperSeries member that goes the furthest in eliminations or wins the event. "We are pleased to finalize the great venues and schedule which will bring grassroots bracket racers their shot to win two races for only a $150 pre-entry," IHRA Vice President Skooter Peaco said. "This new program provides big money races without the big money entry fees. With all the extra features packed into this weekend, especially for IHRA members, these events present a tremendous value." On-site entry fees for the season-opening races are $150 for Saturday with a $10,000-to-win payout, $2,000 for the runner-up, $1,000 for the semifinals, and $100 per round starting with Round 3 winners. For Sunday, entry fees are $100 (for anyone not pre-entered) with a $5,000-to-win payout, $1,000 for the runner-up, $500 for the semifinals and $100 per round starting with Round 3 winners. The biggest value comes for racers who pre-enter for the event. All pre-entered competitors will get a buy one / get one free offer to help kick off our 2018 season. When you pre-enter and buy an entry for Saturday's race, you will get a free entry for Sunday's race. Pre-entries are available until Feb. 26, 2018 for the first two events of the season. Pre-registration will close for all events two weeks prior to each event date. Click here for online registration. 2018 Schedule: March 9-11 - Xtreme Raceway Park, Ferris, Texas March 9-11 - Farmington Dragway, Mocksville, N.C. April 20-22 - State Capitol Raceway, Port Allen, La. May 18-20 - Keystone Raceway Park, New Alexandria, Pa. May 25-27 - Darlington Dragway, Darlington, S.C. June 8-10 - Dragway 42, West Salem, Ohio June 28-July 1 - Wilkesboro Dragway, Wilkesboro, N.C. Aug. 17-19 - US 131 Motorsports Park, Martin, Mich. Aug. 24-26 - Maryland International Raceway, Budds Creek, Md. Sept. 28-30 - Memphis International Raceway, Millington, Tenn.
  13. Still for sale. I'm going to try to have it on display at practice at I-37 Speedway Saturday 2-24
  14. Watertown NY Native Tim McCreadie Captured his First DIRTcar Nationals Big-Block Modified Championship BARBERVILLE, FL – February 17, 2018 – Tim McCreadie brought the house down at Volusia Speedway Park by carving through the field from 27th to first, winning the 50-lap Big-Block Modified Feature and the DIRTcar Nationals Championship. McCreadie’s charge and late-race pass on Stewart Friesen earned himself his first DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator. The crowd roared as the No. 39 Sweeteners Plus crossed the finish line ahead of Stewart Friesen and Mike Mahaney. Tim McCreadie’s feat was made that much more impressive by the fact that he pulled double-duty all week long by racing in both the Big-Block Modified and World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model divisions. “It’s amazing,” said Big-Block Modified Big Gator Winner Tim McCreadie. “I didn’t have time to give the right feedback (to the team). It’s so hard to run two divisions. I love doing it and we might forget how hard it was and do it again next year.” Despite the wins, nothing came easy to the No. 39 team as they needed to use a provisional to even participate in the finale Feature of the DIRTcar Nationals after failing to qualify in the Last Chance Showdown. “I told Vic [Coffey], I don’t know what’s wrong on the right rear, we were having a lot of issues. He made the change, I jumped in the car. I could tell we both had a bunch of desperation on our faces as I pulled away. The thing came alive in the Feature. The slower it (the track) got, the better I felt,” added McCreadie. Lapped traffic factored heavily in the winning pass. “It’s one of those things when you’re running second, the lapped cars are hard to pass for the leader. I got lucky (with the pass),” McCreadie noted. The pass was made even more impressive because of the apparent domination Stewart Friesen had on the field up to that point. McCreadie recognized his fellow competitor in Victory Lane. “It’s never shameful to lose to Stewart Friesen. He beat me twice last year because he’s one of the best at this and that’s why he’s making a name for himself down at the big track (Daytona International Speedway). Tonight, I was able to snooker him. If a yellow came out it would be different but on that one green (flag) run, it just kept getting better. I think he [Friesen] got a little baffled up in traffic and it opened the door,” said McCreadie. Stewart Friesen was understandably disappointed, “We had a great car,” said runner-up Stewart Friesen. “These guys worked really hard. I’m not going to sit here and moan about it. It was a heckuva a race. He [Tim McCreadie] just got a couple breaks in lapped traffic. Great race. Great guy to race with. It’s cool. It sucks but it’s a good run for us.” Mike Mahaney captured his best result of the 2018 DIRTcar Nationals with a third-place finish. “We stepped up every night and got better and better,” said podium-finisher Mike Mahaney. “Hats off to my team, they worked so hard. I want to thank Buzz Chew for giving me this ride and all the fans for coming out all week. It’s been a long week, washing cars and working on cars. I want to thank everybody that came and helped out. I’m loving getting to do this and I hope we can come back next year.” That concludes the DIRTcar Nationals for 2018. The Big-Block Modifieds’ next race is at Fulton Speedway on Saturday April 28th for the 100 lap High Bank Holdup. If you can’t make it to the race, you will be able to catch all the action with a subscription on www.floracing.com or listen to the audio on www.dirtvision.com. Feature (30-laps): 1. 39-Tim McCreadie [27]; 2. 44-Stewart Friesen [6]; 3. 88-Mike Mahaney [5]; 4. 1-Billy Pauch [16]; 5. 5-Ryan Godown [11]; 6. 9s-Matt Sheppard [3]; 7. 19-Tim Fuller [20]; 8. 21-Yan Bussiere [23]; 9. 91-Billy Decker [4]; 10. 9-Ryan Watt [9]; 11. 6h-Max McLaughlin [7]; 12. 32-Jim Rasey [25]; 13. 42p-Pat Ward [15]; 14. 25R-Erick Rudolph [18]; 15. 27J-Danny Johnson [19]; 16. 4-Billy VanInwegen [8]; 17. 20-Brett Hearn [26]; 18. 85-H.J. Bunting [28]; 19. 30M-Joseph Watson [10]; 20. 109-Billy Whittaker [29]; 21. 74-J.R. Heffner [12]; 22. 19k-Brett Kressley [24]; 23. 3-Justin Haers [14]; 24. 5s-Tyler Siri [2]; 25. 96-J-F Corriveau [30]; 26. 98h-Jimmy Phelps [21]; 27. 43-Jimmy Horton [1]; 28. 99L-Larry Wight [22]; 29. 118-Jim Britt [17]; 30. cb3-Chad Brachmann [13]
  15. BARBERVILLE, FL – Feb. 17, 2018 – Brandon Sheppard sailed to his first victory with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series in 2018 on the final night of the 47th annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. With 44 of the best Late Model drivers in the country competing with the Series on Saturday, it wasn’t a straight shot to Victory Lane. Claiming the lead on lap 14, Sheppard had to fend off charges from Mike Marlar, Chris Madden and Rick Eckert. “It definitely feels good to get a win here at Volusia,” said Sheppard. “I usually struggle here, I don’t know why, it’s just a tricky place for me but we keep getting better every time we come back. I gotta thank my team for never giving up on me.” “I’ll be honest with you, the last 5 or 10 laps there I didn’t know where the heck I needed to be,” continued Sheppard. “I was trying to keep my speed up and that’s probably one of my biggest flaws here is trying to figure out where I need to be. Right when I thought I had turns one and two figured out, I would start bouncing around through the holes and on the last lap almost gave it away.” Similar to one night prior, Madden only got better as the feature event continued. The Barry Wright Race Cars House Car Driver waited until the end to make a serious charge for the lead but was unable to complete the pass. Although, Madden didn’t win Saturday night’s feature, he did wrangle the DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator Championship (collecting three second place finishes, one fourth place, and one 25th place run due to a wreck that took him out of the race). This honor proves that out of 56 Super Late Model drivers that entered into the 2018 edition of DIRTcar Nationals, that the Chris Madden Racing No. 44 was the most consistent. “I think it’s awesome to do this with our new team that we just put together here over the winter here and we come down here with just ideas that we thought would work and we got here and we really wasn’t that good,” said Madden. “We had speed we just wasn’t comfortable. We worked on this thing every day and man, I’m telling you, Barry [Wright] has a really good racecar. We are really, really, excited to be in it and looking forward to the year. We are just beginning to learn this thing but we really found a great balance here in the last few nights.” Mike Marlar, of Winfield, TN, collected his best finish of the week settling for third. “It was a tough way to lose one for sure but down here in foreign territory and you know we figured it out and that says a lot about my team. We started off struggling pretty good but I got a great group of guys and great bunch of sponsors that make this thing happen. We were getting it put to us earlier in the week but we got it figured out.” Throughout the 12-day short track extravaganza, five different Super Late Model winners four their way to Victory Lane including Jonathan Davenport, Tim McCreadie, Dale McDowell, Scott Bloomquist and Sheppard. The 2018 season kick-off in Florida proved that night in and night out you never know who will be on top of their game and on top of the competition. The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series heads to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN on March 9-10 for the Tennessee Tip Off. Tickets for the event at Smoky Mountain are on sale now. Additional Race Notes: Rick Eckert charged forward from 18th to almost making the pass by Sheppard for the lead. Eckert finished fourth. Chub Frank was passing traffic like nobody's business charging from 27th to finish 6th. Craftsman Club Feature (50 Laps) - 1. 1-Brandon Sheppard [5]; 2. 44-Chris Madden [3]; 3. 157-Mike Marlar [2]; 4. 7-Rick Eckert [18]; 5. 1r-Josh Richards [7]; 6. 1x-Chub Frank [27]; 7. 71-Hudson O'Neal [10]; 8. 17M-Dale McDowell [11]; 9. 9-Devin Moran [19]; 10. 39-Tim McCreadie [24]; 11. 25-Shane Clanton [23]; 12. 28-Dennis Erb [4]; 13. 0-Scott Bloomquist [1]; 14. 18c-Chase Junghans [16]; 15. 99B-Boom Briggs [9]; 16. 54-David Breazeale [17]; 17. 14m-Morgan Bagley [28]; 18. 2c-Joey Coulter [22]; 19. 31-Tyler Millwood [6]; 20. 22-Chris Ferguson [29]; 21. 75-Colton Flinner [30]; 22. 20-Jimmy Owens [13]; 23. 40B-Kyle Bronson [12]; 24. CJ1-Rusty Schlenk [14]; 25. 72-Mike Norris [20]; 26. 116-Brandon Overton [25]; 27. 5-Don O'Neal [21]; 28. 49-Jonathan Davenport [15]; 29. C8-Timothy Culp [8] Hard Charger Award: 1x-Chub Frank[+21] Qualifying Flight-A - 1. 31-Tyler Millwood, 16.035; 2. 28-Dennis Erb, 16.073; 3. 16-Tyler Bruening, 16.308; 4. 1r-Josh Richards, 16.36; 5. 99B-Boom Briggs, 16.406; 6. 5-Don O'Neal, 16.424; 7. 157-Mike Marlar, 16.491; 8. 71-Hudson O'Neal, 16.496; 9. 21jr-Billy Moyer, 16.53; 10. 2-Nick Hoffman, 16.588; 11. 84-Austin Smith, 16.623; 12. 25z-Mason Zeigler, 16.658; 13. 20-Jimmy Owens, 16.663; 14. CJ1-Rusty Schlenk, 16.703; 15. 14m-Morgan Bagley, 16.718; 16. 9-Devin Moran, 16.726; 17. 54-David Breazeale, 16.818; 18. 7mm-Michael Maresca, 16.857; 19. 14z-Zack McMillan, 16.898; 20. 75-Colton Flinner, 16.901; 21. 116-Brandon Overton, 17.083; 22. 33-Jeff Mathews, 17.734 Qualifying Flight-B - 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist, 16.029; 2. 44-Chris Madden, 16.075; 3. 49-Jonathan Davenport, 16.257; 4. 18c-Chase Junghans, 16.279; 5. 1-Brandon Sheppard, 16.321; 6. C8-Timothy Culp, 16.323; 7. 72-Mike Norris, 16.354; 8. 25-Shane Clanton, 16.362; 9. 2c-Joey Coulter, 16.391; 10. 39-Tim McCreadie, 16.488; 11. 17M-Dale McDowell, 16.5; 12. 7-Rick Eckert, 16.531; 13. B1-Brent Larson, 16.62; 14. 40B-Kyle Bronson, 16.679; 15. 14-Darrell Lanigan, 16.739; 16. 1x-Chub Frank, 16.822; 17. 22-Chris Ferguson, 16.928; 18. 1P-Earl Pearson, 16.946; 19. 15-Donny Schatz, 17.121; 20. 6-Blake Spencer, 17.152; 21. 51-Dean Carpenter, 17.194; 22. 14r-Reid Millard, 19.344
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  17. Fast go kart

    It's the right number.
  18. Willing to separate if interested!!!
  19. Fast go kart

    GOOD running car ..your boy is looking real good out on the track this car is not slow .
  20. My son has been running it at l87 in youth . It' is a fast and strong kart he has been up front with it and won in it .he is in 2nd in points. Kart can be bought in different ways we're trying to sell complete.asking 1800. With he blue. Or 2000 with new predator. Kart won' be sold before march 4. Son has one more race in this series .
  21. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings Through Feb. 15 IMCA Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 302; 2. Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz., 297; 3. Ja­son Wolla, Ray, N.D., 218; 4. Spencer Wilson, Minot, N.D., 213; 5. Cory Sample, Winnemucca, Nev., 193; 6. Brent Schlafmann, Bismarck, N.D., 184; 7. Zachary Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 183; 8. Kelsie Foley, Tucson, Ariz., 174; 9. Shawn Strand, Mandan, N.D., 169; 10. Garth Dushanek, Avon­dale, Ariz., 162; 11. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif., 159; 12. Andy Obertello, Hollister, Calif., and Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., both 145; 14. Bradley Morris, Romoland, Calif., and Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz., both 141; 16. Chuck Becker, Calimesa, Calif., 134; 17. Terry Hershberger, Corona, Calif., 129; 18. Marlyn Seidler, Underwood, N.D., and Roy Poeling, Globe, Ariz., both 122; 20. Casey Arneson, Fargo, N.D., 113. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Cody Center, Mesa, Ariz., 188; 2. Dennis Losing, Apache Junc­tion, Ariz., 179; 3. Vance Honea, Phoenix, Ariz., 106; 4. Nicholas Langer, Glendale, Ariz., 101; 5. Joe Bellm, Broomfield, Colo., 78; 6. Westin Abbey, Comanche, Texas, 75; 7. Mark Adams, Fort Worth, Texas, 72; 8. Charles Cosper, Belton, Texas, and Thomas Daffern, Brawley, Calif., both 69; 10. Elijah Zevenbergen, Ocheyedan, Iowa, William Gould, Calera, Okla., and Mike Shea, Phoe­nix, Ariz., each 68; 13. Gene Henrie, Cedar City, Utah, 67; 14. Kirk Martin, Weatherford, Texas, 63; 15. Jody York, Lubbock, Texas, 62; 16. Dean Abbey, Roanoke, Texas, and Kenny Merritt, Lorena, Texas, both 60; 18. Shelby Williams, Bonham, Texas, and Brent Mayfield, Whit­ney, Texas, both 59; 20. Joe O'Bryan, Round Rock, Texas, 56. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. Joe Vlasity, Glendale, Ariz., 196; 2. Allen Hakes, Phoenix, Ariz., 167; 3. Max Zachrison, Surprise, Ariz., 146; 4. Scott Jeffery, Yuma, Ariz., 40; 5. Brent Wof­ford, Yuma, Ariz., 39; 6. Francisco J. Cordova, Yuma, Ariz., 38; 7. Brian Johnson, Yuma, Ariz., 37; 8. Lenna Miller, Yuma, Ariz., 36; 9. Michael Whissen, Yuma, Ariz., 35; 10. Mike Erwin, Yuma, Ariz., 34; 11. David Irvin, Clarkdale, Ariz., and Rick Hibbard, Yuma, Ariz., both 33; 13. Jason T. Beshears, Yuma, Ariz., 32; 14. Jeffrey Callis, Yuma, Ariz., 31. Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods – 1. Trevor Raney, Sherman, Texas, 76; 2. Tyler Bragg, Springtown, Texas, 72; 3. Cory Williams, Slaton, Texas, 68; 4. Talon Minten, Seguin, Texas, 64; 5. Jon White Jr., Red Oak, Texas, 60; 6. J.J. Jennings, Corpus Christi, Texas, and Ronnie Bell, Lorena, Texas, both 58; 8. Gerald Henderson, Georgetown, Texas, 57; 9. Wesley Warren, Fairfield, Texas, 55; 10. Jami Ritter, Keystone, Iowa, 53; 11. J.R. Watts, Lubbock, Texas, 51; 12. Kyle Wilkins, Italy, Texas, 47; 13. Nathan Arms, Weatherford, Texas, 42; 14. Shane Priddy, Merkel, Texas, 40; 15. Gabe Tucker, Carbon, Texas, 39; 16. Larry Underwood, Temple, Texas, 36; 17. Ryan Wilkerson, Midland, Texas, 34; 18. Tyler Muirhead, Mabank, Texas, 32; 19. Nick Clinkenbeard, Weatherford, Texas, 30; 20. Hayden Wade, Waco, Texas, 28. Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods – 1. Jason George, Laveen, Ariz., 298; 2. Chase Alves, Chandler, Ariz., 248; 3. Mark Madrid, Phoenix, Ariz., 228; 4. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif., 180; 5. Miles Morris, Yuma, Ariz., 161; 6. Bill Miller, Sahuarita, Ariz., 147; 7. Arie Schouten, Blair, Neb., 145; 8. Mark Harrison, Coolidge, Ariz., 142; 9. Ethan Braaksma, Newton, Iowa, and Kyle Smith, Yuma, Ariz., both 139; 11. Fred Ryland, Brentwood, Calif., 138; 12. Chris Anderson, Williston, N.D., 121; 13. Wayne Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., 116; 14. Dennis Gates, Claypool, Ariz., and T.J. Wy­man, Laveen, Ariz., both 113; 16. Ryan Moser, Englewood, Colo., 110; 17. Marlowe Wrightsman, Peoria, Ariz., 107; 18. Eric Folstad, Glenburn, N.D., 105; 19. Jorddon Braaten, Cen­tral Point, Oregon, 103; 20. Rene Madrid, Avondale, Ariz., 102. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. Harold Clifton, Stephenville, Texas, 73; 2. Clifton Whisenant, Proc­tor, Texas, Howard Watson, Weatherford, Texas, and Pamela Whisenant, Proctor, Texas, each 71; 5. Brian Bagent, Killeen, Texas, 70; 6. Rick Saupp, Stephenville, Texas, 64; 7. Bill Hall, Killeen, Texas, 61; 8. Scott Newbury, Rhome, Texas, 37; 9. Jack Lewis, Temple, Texas, 36; 10. Dakota Dees, Weatherford, Texas, 31.
  22. Brakes

    A friend of mine made this. Used it today, man it works well!
  23. I build 22 gauge steel body's

     

     

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      Latemodel14z

      Good looking work. I plan on running in Houston area also is why I was looking for aluminum. Thanks

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