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NTRA OUTLAWS Top 10 Current List Standings by SKR

Pro Street Outlaw as of  2/17/2021

1. Nosubfor3 "Blue Silk" Corvette
2. Mazda '55 Chevy Nomad
3. Gnome "Grimace" Charger
4. Dave632 '55 Chevy
5. JJWallace "Dream Crusher" Mustang
6. Finistauri '57 Chevy Nomad
7. Ecbill "Steeler" Corvette
8. Skillet Javelin
9. Hairy Canary "Vicious" Vette 
10. Kstocks "Wicked One" Mustang

Four Gear Outlaw as of 2/17/2021

1. Gnome "Dreamcycle" Monza
2. Mazda "Texas Drifter" Nova
3. Dave632 Summit Camaro
4. Ecbill "Carolina Crusher" Cuda
5. Nosubfor3 "Purple Haze" '57 Chevy
6. Hairy Canary "Aces Wild" Willys
7. GTS "Nashty" '55 Metro
8. Finistauri "Dolly" '32 Hot Rod
9. Skillet "Light Em Up" '57 Chevy
10. JJWallace "Bounty Hunter" Mustang


Recent Posts

by kiwidave
Awesome stuff Rick.
by GTS
Awesome video, love it! (I had to click on it twice to view, for some reason)

Love the "how to" on the wheel wells! I'm thinkin' that technique could be used on some other body situations. Great stuff, thanks for sharing!
by pete
My friend Keith had a Pinto Gibb, some how the car had a spilt in the structure (unibody) and the car would flex in the middle. The car never passed inspection and he drove it everyday about 30 miles round trip to work. I think it would get 36 miles to the gallon.
Keith had a few cars with those specs LOL!
by pete
Way cool Rick. Looks like all 8 lit up, little move over but you stayed in it, Freaken Awesome! It looks like a nice night.
Thank you for sharing this.
by hairycanary
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Found this short video thought I would share it. This was at Boise in 2019 the last year we ran the car. Think this was a Friday evening qualifying session. I'm in the right lane our nemesis in the left lane. They had a small explosion. The commentary is the car owner recording from the tow vehicle. Track has a very narrow groove. Saturday night session we broke the crank at around the 1200 foot mark. Could have been all bad. Think we lost 2nd round on Sunday.
Untitled by rick williamson, on Flickr
Could not view the video. It is saying it's private.

Thank you for the tutorial / tips above! I use the same or very similar method for redoing the wheel wells, but I use JB Weld. I have never used the Metal Glaze product. I need to look into that. 

Thanks Jeff !! I made it un private ? Never posted a video through Flickr. Hope it works now ?