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Classified Ads / #51 Six Cylinder (Super Six) For Sale
« on: September 06, 2018, 02:03:24 PM »
Six cylinder (Super Six) stock car for sale. If you've always wanted to go racing, and get into it at an entry level division in a top ride, here's your chance.

5 feature wins in 2018 - 2 at Spencer Speedway, 3 at Wyoming County International Speedway. 2017 track champion at Spencer Speedway.

Car is built from a 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, fuel cell, full cage front to rear, extremely solid. Comes with 3+ sets of wheels and tires, spare body panels, backup engine and transmission still bolted onto spare subframe, several other miscellaneous spares. Needs absolutely nothing. Hop in and go racing.

$3,500. Buy it now and go race the Shootout at The Bulling at WCIS in October. Any questions call/text 585-944-4922.

Racing Discussion / Attn Budget Conscious Racers - Six Cylinder Division
« on: November 24, 2015, 03:00:58 PM »
I was a race fan first, so I get it. When I go to a race track, I go to see the headline division run and count on the support divisions putting on some good racing as a bonus. There have been a lot of posts lately on the current state of asphalt modified racing in our state/region, griping about tracks moving super stocks up to the premier division on their weekly card, etc. While it's good to have a healthy dialogue, many aspiring weekend warriors on a budget look to forums like RaceNY, I was one of them.

Spencer Speedway is the unofficial home of the Super Six Division, with tracks like WCIS trying to get a similar class started. I've watched the Super Sixes longer than I've raced them, and the speeds, competition and parity have never been better than they are now.

What I'm trying to say is this -- the aspiring stock car driver who clicked on this topic has more than 4 cylinders to choose from. There are American V6 cars in every boneyard in the state, and Craigslist is littered with them. You can build these cars on a budget and still have money left over.

Also, contrary to popular belief -- you DO NOT NEED a car with a 3800 series engine. I run a GM N-body (think Pontiac Grand Am, Oldsmobile Alero) with the 3.4L V6, and took two feature wins and finished 2nd in points in 2015. These cars are absolute pigs at 3,000-3,300 lbs, so figuring out how to get your car to roll is the trick. I'm happy to help anyone get pointed in the right direction on getting an N-body set up for Spencer, just ask.

Have a great winter, and Happy Thanksgiving. See you on the track in 2016.

Classified Ads / seat for sale
« on: April 06, 2014, 03:39:24 PM »
Big boy seat for sale. Too big for me. Prob a size 18 or so. No cover. Not sure of manufacturer. $50 or best offer. Located in Palmyra. Pics available, call or text 585-944-4922.

Racing Discussion / Bud Classic Weekend at Oswego
« on: September 02, 2013, 04:02:22 PM »
Went up for Saturday and Sunday events. Camped behind turns 3/4. Had never been before, and it's about as good a weekend as traveling interstate to a NASCAR or Indy Car event. Tons of campers and tents, lots of passionate fans and parties. Only difference is that it's in your backyard.

Had a great time, might do Fri/Sat/Sun next year.

Racing Discussion / NYS trailer registration
« on: March 13, 2013, 03:05:31 PM »
Need some suggestions guys.

Bought a homemade trailer last year, the guy gave me the NYS reg paperwork and signed it over. Paperwork is now MIA, as I'm trying to get this thing registered to haul the car for some work to get done.

Thought about getting new reg, but weighed the thing in this morning at 1700 pounds and I'm told that's a way bigger pain in the rear than if it were less than 1000. I don't see any VIN stamped on the trailer itself.

Any help?

1998 Bicknell Tracer
black Avenger XLS body
XL Coyote seat
Yellow clone, plus 2 or 3 motors worth of spare parts.
2 flatheads, one is a Ridley, the other a Flash. Both probably need rebuilds, haven't tried to turn them over for a few years.
3 steering wheels, one one is an open top.
Mychron 3 with all leads.
2 sets of Burris 33's with good rubber left, plus misc. tires.
Foldable rolling kart stand.
Long acre kart tire gauge.
3/4's bottle of TT Mint; barely used bottle of FTS Slight Bite.
12, 16, 18, 19 tooth Max Torque clutches.
A bunch of rear gears. Spare axle.
Bunch of other odds and ends I'm forgetting about.

Good starter operation for someone looking to get everything all in one shot and go racing. $1300 for everything but the kitchen sink. $1100 without the flatheads. Call/text (585) 944-4922, or email Located in Macedon, NY.

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