SuperStocker409, New Guy and have an addiction

#1
Hey guys, Long time lurker, first time posting. I reside in North Carolina (damn Yankee transplant) My Old stomping grounds was upstate NY, and Good ole Lebanon Valley Dragway. I have resided here in NC for a bit and currently on the journey / quest to build a 1962 S/S car to compete in a local series down here. Found me a possibly candidate to start redoing and look forward to receiving some tips, tricks and suggestions from the veterans and even post the rebirth here on the forum.
 
#4
Thanks guys, hopefully have more news soon. I have been looking for a while now, and located 2 cars that would work with what I am looking to do both $$ wise, and work wise. Acquired all the normal catalogs, and searching articles,pictures ETC, ETC. also have class rules (LOTS of gray areas there, and as all the great racers/builders they say "If its not in the rules there isn't a rule")
 

La Hot Rods

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#11
Interesting, I have seen they are running some S/S car in their group.
I would like to see their rules, not sure I could make any of those events or not.
 

mark johnson

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#15
Well, I initially was intrigued by this SEGA S/S series until I read their rules and everything I own is light years from being eligible. Pretty strict rules and I don’t know what to think about a “performance equalizer plate” under everybody’s carburetor to be distributed at each event. Anyway, welcome aboard & good luck to you!
 
#17
Well, I initially was intrigued by this SEGA S/S series until I read their rules and everything I own is light years from being eligible. Pretty strict rules and I don’t know what to think about a “performance equalizer plate” under everybody’s carburetor to be distributed at each event. Anyway, welcome aboard & good luck to you!
Thanks mark, and YES SEGA is known for being "Period Correct / strict."