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Chevette? I don't think so.


Chevette? I don't think so.  

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Author: Radford46   Date: 10/4/2018 7:48:19 AM    Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

 


NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour cars are substantially different from their Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series counterparts. Today's cars are based on tubular chassis built by fabricators such as Troyer Engineering, Chassis Dynamics, Spafco, Raceworks and Fury Race Cars / LFR Chassis. Bodies are related to their passenger car counterparts in only two ways. There is a "manufacturers" logo placed on the car, and a logo indicating the type of road car it is alleged to be. Neither logo is actually associated with the actual manufacturer of the race vehicle. Whelen Modified cars are also largely fabricated from sheetmetal, with the front wheels and much of the front suspension exposed.Approved "body styles" for 2006 include the Chevrolet Cavalier and Monte Carlo, the Dodge Avenger and Stealth, the Ford Mustang and Escortan>, the Plymouth Laser and Sundance, and the Pontiac Sunbird, J2000, and Grand Prix.[2]


i liked this description of the Whelen mods from wiki. About sums it up.




 
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