Racing at Kil Kare

cjd1963

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Raced the Aspen at Kil Kare last Sept. with the Buckeye S/SS group. Been playing around with the video my wife took that weekend. I' m very limited with my tech skills. Lost first round on Sunday but ended up having the best first round losing package and got my $100 entry fee back.

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That 318 runs well and the car has a great launch.
Who builds your engines if I may ask?
That is the class I will run my Aspen wagon in next year, if it is light enough, don't worry I am out west and race in D5, D6 and D7
Sold my F/SA 73 Duster 2 years ago and I am missing that class racing action. I know sucker for punishment.
Steve
 

cjd1963

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That 318 runs well and the car has a great launch.
Who builds your engines if I may ask?
That is the class I will run my Aspen wagon in next year, if it is light enough, don't worry I am out west and race in D5, D6 and D7
Sold my F/SA 73 Duster 2 years ago and I am missing that class racing action. I know sucker for punishment.
Steve
Bruce Parsons of Parson's and Myers in Dayton Ohio built the engine. It has gone 12.49 @ 106 mph. You probably know the Irving's in Nevada and their small block stockers. Class racing is the best! Post some pictures of your wagon.
 
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