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  • Small Homade Race car

    My dad made this race car in the early 70's. Has a 450 motorcycle motor. Sorry the picture is not the best! Picture of a picture. I just found It And I don't have a scanner. But would like to share it with all of you.
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    Last edited by Vernon; 05-31-2010, 08:42 PM.

  • #2
    That's pretty cool. I bet 20 mph feels like 120 in that thing!

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    • #3
      That's awesome, did he actually race it somewhere? Looks sorta like a vintage sprint car or super modified or somethin

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      • #4
        Race Car

        Originally posted by hockeyguynick View Post
        That's awesome, did he actually race it somewhere? Looks sorta like a vintage sprint car or super modified or somethin
        My Dad made it just for fun drove it around the neighborhood.Today you would go to jail for trying that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Vernon View Post
          My Dad made it just for fun drove it around the neighborhood.Today you would go to jail for trying that.
          not in arkansas... HA!

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          • #6
            Certain parts of Ohio you'd be all right. I just moved out of Ohio, in the country. We drove our homemade contraptions up and down the roads all the time. Actually, I've taken my 4 wheeler to walmart before

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            • #7
              Home-made Race car

              Originally posted by hockeyguynick View Post
              Certain parts of Ohio you'd be all right. I just moved out of Ohio, in the country. We drove our homemade contraptions up and down the roads all the time. Actually, I've taken my 4 wheeler to walmart before
              I lived in south Florida when dad had this so that would not work today 4 sure

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              • #8
                Originally posted by welder_one View Post
                not in arkansas... HA!
                Maybe I need to move back to Dardanelle/Danville area?

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