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Here is a bit on the race car and team that I drive in as well, our name is

(bc we Marines aren't that creative) Uncle Sam's Misguided Children Racing,

or USMC Racing for short. We drive a 1997 Crown Vic, chopped all to hell and

back for weight loss. Then we painted the car in Marine Corps

colors/patterns (with indoor latex paint and protected by clear garage floor

sealant), adding another 20-25 lbs. So in true gov't fashion we made it

worse while making it better-ish. Power plant is 4.6L 2v out of a 2005 cop

car powering TREMEC TKO 600.  Monitoring all that Ford Power is a QuickCar

5pc dash kits and next up is a different way to run the accessories, right

now everything comes on the moment you turn the master power switch, so one

of these days we'll get that changed over for something better.  It's got a

Ford 8.8 rear end with 3.55 posi and chained up for some preload which is

spinning some Federal RS-RR tires, NASCAR springs on all 4 corners, ATL 22

gallon fuel tanks with IMS dry break re-fuel set up and a professionally

constructed full roll cage. We've been racing for a few years now in the 24

Hours of Lemons circuit, racing at Carolina Motorsports Pack in Kershaw, SC

twice a year (spring and fall). This winter we began expanding to new

tracks; Road Atlanta in December, Barbers Motorsport Pack in February, New

Orleans Motorsports Park in March, and MSR Houston in TX in November. 24

Hours of Lemons, it's a racing genre for the average racer to find a car,

throw a SAFE cage in it and make that bitch last for 24 hours, that's the

general idea anyway.

 

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