1992 Bomber- 1977 Chevy Chevelle- 2 wins- 11th in track points (out of 60 drivers.) Same 400cid engine with Cam and fresh, stock Powerglide trans, stock rear axle w/ 342:1 gears, racing tires and rims. We also built this car ourselves, I bought the car off a used car lot for $400. The engine blew up with 3 nights left in the season, too many RPM's on a stock 400 with over 180K mile on it.
1993 Bomber- same 1977 Chevelle- 4 wins (including first night out in this picture, you can see from the grill I had to move a car or two)- 6th in points. New 406cid engine with better parts, 3 speed manual trans with Quarter Master clutches, Ford 9" rear end with 620:1 gears. McCreary race tires (first year with tire sponsor.)
1994 Moved up to Sportsman Division- New PROVEN stock sub chassis with Lumina body- 2 wins- 2nd in points (out of 45 drivers.) All new 418cid alcohol engine built by Call Motorsports, Bowtie block, heads, intake, all roller with strong lower end. Same 3 speed trans and clutch setup and a new full floater Ford 9" (several gears setup and run), and a 4 bar rear suspension.
1995 Sportsman- Lumina- 2 wins- did not participate in track points. Same car but with more improvements to the engine including Dart heads and new BG Alcohol carb.
1996 Sportsman- Lumina- 3 wins- did not participate in points. Same car and engine (freshened), new 2 speed manual trans. Major difference was the Outlaw Lumina body instead of the template body. This allowed us to widen the body 10 inches.
1997 Sportsman- New Monte Carlo Body- 5 wins- Awarded Most Improved Driver. Outstanding year as we ran 30 races and finished with 5 wins, 20 top 5's, 28 top 10's, and only 1 DNF.
1998 Sportsman- Monte Carlo Body- 8 wins- 27 top fives in 31 races- 2nd in points by just 5 points. Another outstanding year, but it would have been better with that championship. Highlight of the year was winning the Charlie Vereeke Memorial race (see picture).