Fitted with fully rebuilt 406ci small block chevy.
As raced by me this year in Texel, new Dart SHP block, new cam lifters, Airflow Research heads fully rebuilt with new valves, springs etc.
5.5" Tilton clutch & release bearing, Tilton reverse mount starter & bellhousing. Harrison Supplies quick change ratio box.
Comes with spare wheels & tyres (tar & shale), spare shocks, spare gears, link arms, shale & tar wings. £17k
For more info call: 07941 454250
2/12/2012; Will`s working hard in that Workshop of his. Apparantly he`s refurbishing both cars, which he tells me will look quite different next year. Can`t wait to see them. Anyway, so far he`s given the Tar Car a"hair cut with the Gas-Axe". Mmm, very interesting
17/9/2012; Well, as Will said, that`s another one over!. Everybody enjoyed the experience, and it`s fair to say that it was far better than anyone anticipated, given the negative response by some to the Venue. Skegness did the sport proud, and the "gladiators" provided plenty of action and talking points! 9th again is satisfactory, given the position on the Grid at the start and the brutal racing throughout. The Masters wasn`t a bad day either, in Will`s eyes, despite being in the Heat 2 "Final"!! Next time out will be at Stoke.
We haven`t forgotten - Congratulations Lee Fairhurst!!!!!!!! You grabbed your chance with both hands.
9/9/2012; Not the most exiting night at Wheels, but understandably, nobody there who`s on the Grid at Orby next week wanted to risk excess damage. It was all about setting up and bedding in. Having said that there was one heart stopping moment in the Grand National, when a very "up for it" Will went for the "last bend lunge" on eventual winner (and perhaps the surprise package next week?) NZ1, taking off as he hit the kerb, landing and seemingly heading for the armco before steering out and taking 4th. Will`s view of the incident? "It probably looked more spectacular than it felt. Shame the move didn`t come off but I felt it was worth a shot". As for damage, that was relatively minor - a broken half shaft.
Next week`ll be a busy one, getting ready for the World Final. There`ll be a new photo available from the bus for the collectors, which Will will be happy to sign if you ask him. Look out for a very limited run of an A6 portrait, courtesy of Paul Tully.
Whtever happens next week, we`ll be there, rooting for Will - and it only needs one more number when Paul Harrison hands over his roof!!!!
20/5/2012; Here we go - again. Leading for much of the first heat at Brafield last night and with 2 to go, what happens? The Brafield Bogeyman strikes again! Will was up for the win and driving as we know he can, and yet what looked like a convincing win was cruelly whipped away from him when he was spun out. Heat 2 saw a race finish just outside the points, & the Final ended with a flat tyre when he was taken into the fence. Surely this run of bad luck must end soon.
They say tomorrow is another day, but for today, let`s wish Will a very HAPPY Birthday.