The updates are slowing down a bit now that the car is more or less done, however, I’ll continue to provide periodic updates on any changes and track results.
While it’s far from a final result, I added a handful of stickers based upon the cars original sponsorship and series it completed in. Most notably, the car is now sporting number 38, the same number is ran under in the 24hrs of Spa (number 31 was only used for Speedvision/SPEED, or when Mark was the only driver). As for restoring the complete livery, I’ll likely make some other changes this Fall.
Continue reading “Some Finishing Touches”
We are a huge fan of the TE37 wheel. With its low spoke count and beefy construction they are both lightweight and easy to clean. They are a forged wheel providing a good balance of performance and looks.
We run the TE37 on the drag car, track car, daily driven car. It works so well for all the cars in terms of looks and performance.
Can’t wait to see what they come up with next!
TE37s for all uses
In between storms (yes we’re finally getting rain in California), I was able to get the car outside and drove around the block for the first time in eight months. Despite still needing an alignment, the car drove great and boy did it look amazing in the sun. Also I’m now starting to mock-up the semi-historic livery.
Continue reading “Sunny in California”
I replaced the oil pump seal and after inspecting everything (post heat cycle), I can now say it’s officially leak free. YES!!!!
Back on the ground
Now that everything is more or less wrapped up, I was able to finally get the car back on the ground. Nothing looks stranger then seeing the car on the ground after being on jack stands for eight months. Damn it looks good!
Continue reading “Houston we have touchdown”