Sure it's relevant and useful. The only terms you need to put it in to explain it to neophytes is "It's faster than the Mustang GT500 and Boss 302 on the same track". That will sell some cars. Maybe not a ton more cars but we know that faster is better and that will equate to some buyers.
That is very amusing. The B-52B entered service in 1955. It had the taller tail. The clipped tail G model didn't enter service until 1959. The H (the aircraft model pictured) was in service by 1961.
Cool, that is good news. I'm really interested in the wagon.
Yup, not cheap. I just had to renew mine, my wife's...and get new ones for my four kids. Now THAT was a good chunk of change.
That's the second thing I noticed. It's hard to get past the F40-ness to notice anything else.
Most were grants (70 or 80%). Something like $45 Billion over 5 years when our GDP was only $250 B.
I lol'd. Beaker is my favorite (and the name I gave my lab partner in High School chemistry).
You've had a good day.
Since your truck is modified already it would actually be pretty straight forward to add coil-overs to an IRS blazer. We have to make our kits bolt in so the Corvette owners don't have to permanently modify the car. What I would do is beef up the shock mounts and mount the coil-overs in the same location and remove… Read more
Awesome, that fits perfectly. If it bleeds we can kill it.
I knew the Cup cars were "name that car with a sticker" but hadn't really tracked the technical rules for the Nationwide cars. A standard car is pretty silly. It's one of the reasons my interest in NASCAR has waned.