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toyzforme Keith Coyle
Summerville, SC, USA   USA
Or if you really wanted to have fun drop a rotary into it LOL. That is what I have in my Spitfire and I race with NASA down here in the SE region. Its fast just not fast enough. VIR i have regular miata's walking away from me. Its a fun little car so enjoy it.

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Speedracer Platinum AdvertiserAdvertiser Hap Waldrop
Greenville, SC, USA   USA
1967 MG MGB Racecar "The Biscuit"
In reply to # 1327119 by OFRacer Hap, you mean Wappingers Falls, NY, not CT. I grew up there and bought my first new truck from Greer Toyota. I think I've saw your old car for sale, in fairly ratty shape on CL last spring. The angle on the front of the roll cage caught my eye. It was for sale in Wappingers Falls, by a guy who is a known car pack rat.

mike h

Yes NY, my bad. Steven Greer was the guy's name who bought it, his father was the owner of Greer Toyota. He was clueless to what to do with the car, said he was going to take it to Limerock and do lapping sessions. He probably never did much with the car.

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tsingleton Tim S
Cumming, GA, USA   USA
I used a 3 Row Core Champion Pro Series CC7980 all aluminum Radiator. Still run Stock alternator.

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