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Mike Farfan's Super Comp Dragster
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We made a pretty good showing in 2001 with this 22 year old car. Eric Reyes was the driver and the crew were Mike Farfan, Skip Govia, Bobby Reyes, John Tobias and myself. The car is currently being updated by Rick Santos with new body panels, dash and front suspension.
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Richard Sutliffe's '91 1LE Camaro

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Richard road races this car. It's a factory 1LE.

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This is a picture of Richard's car in an SCCA race at Sears Point. It's a 1991 Z28-1LE that he bought new in 1991 to go SCCA racing. The car was considered a stripper except for the 1LE race option and cost about $14K complete. The 1LE option was a factory option designed for IMSA & SCCA racing. By ordering it you got a car with special big corvette four wheel disc brakes, special suspension including bigger sway bars, specially valved shocks & harder durometer bushings, an aluminum driveshaft, 3.42 posi, close ratio 5-speed trans, an HO 305 Tuned Port Injection motor with an oil cooler along with some other goodies. The 350 was available but only with an automatic trans because the T-5 was considered too weak for it. The car was a delete option car with no radio, no air, no power windows, etc. He put in a roll cage, window net, race seat and competition belts, lowered it al little and went racing. It was very competitive right out of the box. It's been raced for most of it's life although the last few years he took the decals off and mainly used it for fun weekend driving. The car has had several engines in it over the years. First the 305 and later a 350 when race rules changed and allowed it. The most recent rebuild was a 350 for a blower (steel crank, rods, KB pistons, aluminum heads, 9:1 compression, etc.) and put in a Borg Warner T-56 six speed. He's driving it but hasn't added the blower yet (probably a Vortec or a ProCharger). The next plan is to race it at Bonneville this fall if things work out right.

He's also working on a '68 Z28 project car. It's British racing green with white stripes with a 302ci small block from the factory.

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