PCD Updates and Availability
We have a chassis on the jig that was ordered and the buyer has been unable to complete the purchase of. It is currently equipped with an overslung tail, but can be changed to underslung to meet buyer’s preference. The frame is otherwise the same geometrically to the car Alex Stanford ran in Las Cruces which had a 28th to 5th run before getting rooted back to 10th on a late restart with the USMTS, followed up by an 18th to 7th run on the final night of USMTS in Las Cruces. The new cars are quickly proving to be excellent on the track, and this one would make someone a great ride.
The chassis can be purchased at various stages of completion. The lowest level of completion would be a box kit that includes: front suspension, rear suspension, quick change, fuel safe cell with cage, steering with Sweet box, brake pedals, master cylinders, and brake lines, as well as mid plate for $14,750. Shocks are not included with box kit. Chassis can also be purchased as a complete roller where all you have to do is put in your drive train, and seat and go racing for $22,500. Various other levels of completion and upgrades are available to fit your needs. Contact [email protected] with inquiries.
Other updates: Travis Peery’s new PCD is nearing completion at his shop in North Dakota and will be on the track soon. Here in AR, Wade Bates and Rick Wallis are preparing for the 2015 season as well. Wade was able to give his car a shakedown last Sunday (3.22.2015) and will be back on the track soon after a long hiatus from racing. Rick Wallis will have his car completed soon and be ready to hit the track in his modified again as well. Rick has been running late models in the midwest throughout the past 6 years and we’re excited to have him getting in one of our modifieds for the 2015 season.
Rick Diaz picked up his first win of the 2015 season on 3.7.2015, blistering the field in his IMCA Northern Sportmod in Merced, CA. Congrats to the Brown Racing crew on their early season success!