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    Arrow DEEPNHOCK - Bath Day for 'The Black Car'

    Almost ready to go to the track.
    Took it off the lift and gave it a bath this morning.
    Half a dozen nitnoid things to fix and it is off to school!


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    HTIH (Hope The Info Helps)

    Jeff




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    Give 'em hell. How far's the track? Interested to see how well it does. Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetolbob View Post
    Give 'em hell. How far's the track? Interested to see how well it does. Bob
    About 20 miles from the house..(That's the main reason I built it)...
    But it has been closed for a while while they re-pave the shut down area.
    My timing should be good.. This year is a wash anyways, so making it a prep year feels right...
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    Jeff,
    Are you going to drive it to the track seeing as it's only 20 miles? Probably not but cool food for thought. Looks terrific, have a great time. What is the name of the track?
    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzard View Post
    Jeff,
    Are you going to drive it to the track seeing as it's only 20 miles? Probably not but cool food for thought. Looks terrific, have a great time. What is the name of the track?
    Bill
    No, it's not 'street legal' (but I did put in low and high beam headlights, turn signals, and running lights... So......You never know!)

    The track is at:
    http://www.screvenmotorsports.com/
    HTIH (Hope The Info Helps)

    Jeff




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    I know you will do the picture and video thing for us, right? You know how long I been watching this car.

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    Looking good.....and here we thought it was flat black all this time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bezhawk View Post
    Looking good.....and here we thought it was flat black all this time!
    Layer of crud black...yeah!
    David Parris's brother painted the scoop, the trunk lid, and the rear bumper.
    Everything else is the way it came..
    But it is only a 5 footer paint job..
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    I'm totally with flashback on this, I remember get'n in on the Racing site & there was... ooohhh... yeah!!!
    Last edited by Noxnabaker; 08-30-2017 at 04:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezhawk View Post
    Looking good.....and here we thought it was flat black all this time!
    Yeppers!
    In my part of Georgia we don't have 'dirt'. We have sand...or silt...or red pig$#!t clay...
    Everything gets covered in a fine dust, no matter what you do..
    HTIH (Hope The Info Helps)

    Jeff




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