Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car

Fast because it took about five minutes to convert it from ‘stock’ to a drag car of sorts. Just a wheel swap and bolt on wheelie bars. Nowhere near as involved as the Dragscort but I think it has the right look. That is it looks wrong so I like it. ;)

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Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car

The wheelie bars are salvaged from the cast that keeps on giving, the Chevy Astro Van. A brief appointment with a bench grinder got it shaped how I wanted and I was able to bolt it on using the screw used to replace the rivet.

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Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car
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Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car
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Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car
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Illustration for article titled [Custom] A very fast 2002 Drag car

It’s a bit of a cheat as this is a non rolling custom, I could make it roll as its only the rear that needs attention, the front wheels roll with out any problem.

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Thanks for looking.

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