Nascar Howe Late Model Stock Car (complete) on 2040-parts.com
Butler, Pennsylvania, United States
I think this is a car that was built on 2009 with both new and used parts. It was built to run at Irwindale Speedway. I took the car as a trade so I do not have a lot of other info on the car. It has the Two Barrel "Open" engine vs the crate engine option. Other features include, 4-2-1 headers with merge collectors, 9" rearend, and dual MSD units. Transmission is a four speed with 1st and 2nd gear removed. This is pretty much a complete car that either could be raced or parted out. Car and engine was built by Alex Decuir who has built a few track championship cars over the years. I can talk to Alex if you want more details about the car. The worse part about this car is that the chassis now has some surface rust. Being that the car was built and maintained in the high desert climate, paint was not necc or desired but the car has been stored in PA and now has surface rust. Engine runs and sounds stout! Seat belts are outdated and need replaced. From what I understand, this car (at least chassis) was never raced. This car has to go!!!!! Very low reserve!
Late Models for Sale
Thu, 30 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700
The 2015 Lotus Elise
Of all the Lotus reveals today at the Paris Motor Show, the new Lotus Elise is perhaps the one most easily understood. After all, the current Lotus Elise has been with us for a decade and will be a rather long-in-the-tooth model by the time Lotus turns up with this replacement in 2015. Although the new Lotus Elise will be the closest to Colin Chapman’s vision of a real Lotus, it will be a bit on the pricey side, with prices starting at around £40k.
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The David Brown Automotive Speedback (pictured) revaled ahead of Monaco debut
Last month we revealed that the David Brown Automotive’s take on a classic, luxury British Sports Car would be based on the underpinnings of the Jaguar XKR, and we’d expected another classic E-type creation like the Lyonheart K being built by Envisage (as is the David Brown car). In fact, the David Brown Speedback – for that is what David Brown is calling his company’s creation – looks instead like a classic Aston Martin from the 1960s – think DB5 or DB6 – with perhaps a few hints of Maserati and Ferrari from the same era too. And it looks great.
Tue, 18 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
As part of our successful ongoing webinar series, CDN hosted Concept Design with CATIA on Monday 17 January 2011. View the recorded webinar in our archive by clicking the above link or find out more in the original article below. Presented by Xavier Melkonian, Director of CATIA Shape at Dassault Systemes, and Pierre Maheut, Creative Designer and Product Expert, the complimentary webinar showcased the wealth of possibilities available to creative designers, and outlined the innovative workflow based on virtual clay models and interactive raytracing.