If you are going to build a NASCAR replica there are a few key highlights you need to hit. First, you need stickers…lots of ’em. Then you need a big pushrod V8..please no overhead cams or turbocharged V6s…and finally you need to suck fuel through a venturi. I know that NASCAR adapted fuel injection for the Sprint Cup series way back in 2012 (the future is here folks!!) but I think that any NASCAR vintage car should hose dino juice through the sundry ports/chambers/pumps/check-valves in a carburetor. All this next car needs is a downgrade to a Holley 750 double pumper. Find this 1959 Ford Fairlane offered for $6,900 in Cincinnati, OH via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
H.O 4.6 liter engine, fuel injection, overdrive transmission, 8.8 possy trac rear end with 355 gear, 4 wheel disc, power steering and brakes, roll cage, fuel cell, 1959 NASCAR replica, new tires, 119k miles on drive train, 20mpg, excellent driving car. 513-470-957one. Calls only, I do not text message, thank you.
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