Proud of my students!
Two years ago I made the commitment to build a street stock race car with my grandpa. Now, building a race car and maintaining it throughout a season is very challenging. There are just about one million things to do before you can even drive the race car it feels.
Late nights out in the garage until 3:00am grinding on a bare frame rushing like mad men to get the car together so we could go racing, bending hundreds and hundreds of feet of steel tubing, fitting, tacking, and eventually welding the whole cage together. Oh and I forgot to say that constructing the roll cage is the easiest part. It’s the inner tin work, putting the motor and tranny in, front end alignment, and rear end installation that are the lengthy part. But that’s not even close to everything that needed to be done.
At times during the build…
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