$250,000 is all we need to get old fart racing up and going, lets put out a donation hat !! LOL
Interesting to watch those numbers rise very quickly !
Hi Ray, don’t worry about your OFR its up and running next year should be a bonza year, I am confident OFR will have street reregistered 10 sec BA next year...and if Rod stops eating for a week we might see a 9 sec pass in the Monza soon..
But Ray we are missing your guidance, how’s your search for a new car going hope to see your face at the track soon...
I can't see how you guy's down under can afford to drag race.If it cost me that much here in Kentuck I'd have never gotten started.
The initial cost to get my car going was $8,500. This got those other than myself started on their part of the project. The paint and body man, frame builder, machinest. All of these fella's were friend's or friend's of friend's, so you can imagine that I recieved a large discount.Even with that the cost was higher than I had first thought.
My first engine was $12,836. That was a big pill to swallow, but it did last me four season's so I have no room to complain. If it weren't for my sponsor's, friend's, and family my car would have never been finished.
When in doubt :DON'T
Valley Station, Kentucky
Dream EXPression Racing
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.