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Old 03-15-2014, 07:57 AM
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Tim - I'll assume pos stands for Properly Optioned Streetcar.

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Scott there's never been accusations of streetcar
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Scott there's never been accusations of streetcar
Sorry, I was simply grasping for a positive from your "pos" acronym.

It is road legal?

The way you have the car set-up is very business proper IMO.
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Old 03-15-2014, 09:40 AM
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Sorry, I was simply grasping for a positive from your "pos" acronym.

It is road legal?

The way you have the car set-up is very business proper IMO.
Yes it's road legal, and I finally knuckled under and just finished installing carpet and the headliner since I'll be running a few USCA events. I'll still get dinged for no radio, maybe I'll look for an old school battery operated transistor radio and tape it to the dash, I don't believe the rules specify it has to be an automotive radio.
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Nice Tim! In person your car sounds nastier than most every other car.

I remember when you were hunting for a clutch. The article says Ram. Are you still running that clutch?
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Nice Tim! In person your car sounds nastier than most every other car.

I remember when you were hunting for a clutch. The article says Ram. Are you still running that clutch?
Yes, the first one went poof in a few month's and Ram built me new one with the 900 series iron friction material and they last a full season which considering how much abuse the car sees is good in my book.
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That's one bad ass GenII! I didn't know you had 315's up front, good lord that's a lot of tire. Congrats on the write up.
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