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200" FED slingshot dragsters frame, just finished this spring. It will cert to 6.00 seconds ( 2.4B), it has a short aluminum body, mark Williams classic drop front axle, wire wheels, torsion bar. ( It looks like the late 1960's. I will e mail you pictures if you wish) 460 ford with crower 484/509 lift, 211/218 .050 cam, hyd. lifters, Forged I beams with cap screws, flat top hyper pistons, ported factory D-3 heads, holly 750 by classic motor sports for e 85 fuel, torker 2 manifold, msd ignition & planetary starter. The radiator tucked in the frame rails so you can't see it. Also a ptc 3800 stall converter, jw bell, sfi flywheel, Powerglide with 5 alto red clutches, rebuilt 1.76 planet, & the transmission totally gone through with a 4130 input shaft. A Mark Williams ford 9" gun drilled 35 spline rear axle with 3.70 large pinion pro gear, dana support, Mark williams nodular case (the axle set up is good to 2500 hp) & dual Willwood calipers on each rotor. I built it for a turbocharger, but life has changed. As it is I have ran it a total of 20 passes, & it is dead straight, and very reliable. it weighs 1680 with that big all iron motor (no driver included in the weight), and runs [email protected] in 3500 ft of air. The fuel is $3.20 a gallon too. Built to last a long time, all I need to do is check the oil & add fuel. 12,000 turn key, or 10,000 as a roller ( everything but the motor), I have a car hauler trailer for it and about 45 gallons of fuel. The sfi-15 suit ( 5'10" & 180# fits great), shoes, gloves, helmet, & neck collar are available for $600. Dale Johnson Coldwater KS.
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200" FED slingshot dragsters frame, just finished this spring. It will cert to 6.00 seconds ( 2.4B), it has a short aluminum body, mark Williams classic drop front axle, wire wheels, torsion bar, 460 ford with crower 484/509 lift, 211/218 .050 cam, hyd. lifters, Forged I beams with cap screws, flat top hyper pistons, ported factory D-3 heads, holly 750 by classic motor sports for e 85 fuel, torker 2 manifold, msd ignition & planetary starter. The radiator tucked in the frame rails so you can't see it. Also a ptc 3800 stall converter, jw bell, sfi flywheel, Powerglide with 5 alto red clutches, rebuilt 1.76 planet, & the transmission totally gone through with a 4130 input shaft. A Mark Williams ford 9" gun drilled 35 spline rear axle with 3.70 large pinion pro gear, dana support, Mark williams nodular case (the axle set up is good to 2500 hp) & dual Willwood calipers on each rotor. I built it for a turbocharger... As it is I have ran it a total of 20 passes, & it is dead straight, and reliable. it weighs 1680 with that big all iron motor (no driver included in the weight), and runs [email protected] in 3500 ft of air. The fuel is $3.20 a gallon too. Built to last a long time, all I need to do is check the oil & add fuel. 12,000 turn key, or 10,000 as a roller ( everything but the motor), I have a car hauler trailer for it and about 45 gallons of fuel. The sfi-15 suit ( 5'10" & 180# fits great), shoes, gloves, helmet, & neck collar are available for $600. Dale Johnson Coldwater KS.
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Dave the car came out great! Sorry to see you sell it. I have passed this listing on to someone else.
 

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Thanks Paul, All your help was greatly appreciated. Yes it has a lot of room to grow as I had intended to go with a turbo & blow through. With E 85 and some boost it would have been very interesting!
 
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