2018 modified stock cardrivers
1940 Ford Modified Stock Car. Plucked from the hills of West Virginia, this car had been sitting for several years. Flathead V8 with Mercury crank and heads make this a 255 cubic inch motor. Original driveline, 3 speed trans, and dual carbs reflect back to a time when most cars were built under a shade tree on an extremely limited budget. This build uses a '40 body shell with '37 fenders and grille. A nice example of a bygone era.
Starr 7 1937 Chevrolet bodied modified sportsman stock car. 1954 Chevy frame with 1940 Pontiac front axle hubs and Frankland quick change rear axle. Now powered by 355 Chevy V8, the original version of this car used a small block Chevy 265. This
is the first car in New Jersey to use the new Chevy V8 in the 1955 season. #7 raced on the beach at Daytona and participated the first few years at the then new Daytona Speedway. Original build by Steve and Louis Starr.
70's era east coast late model 1955 chevy. 350 v8 built by Tony DeChristopher. 9" floating rear. 4 spd. rock-crusher. Tribute to Mike Garris #33 who raced at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pa.
70's era east coast modified. 6 cylinder.
ran on the east coast including the great Syracuse Mile.
60's era super modified. 350 chevy. original car driven by Ed Stine. Running at Warsaw, New Paris, Plymouth Speedways.
1970 street stock. 355 chevy v8. (5) Sandusky Speedway championships from 1985-1990. 2005 Sandusky Speedway hall of fame.
modified. chevy 355 v8 with (3) stromberg 97 carbs. Built by Elmer and Larry Harp of Fort Wayne, Ind. Sat in field for 17 years.