Me and my dad go to Speedweek every year, and we love it. My dad's an old hot rodder, and he and I work on cars quite a bit. How can speedweek get any better for 2 guys that love to watch the cars go fast? Well, we could go fast. I want to build something to run on the salt next year. Neither one of us are very skilled fabricators, we don't have lots of $$, but we have a little time and some determination. We are OK at wrenching on stuff, just not big welder/fabricator guys. What would you Bonneville guru's recommend for a father/son/grandson project that could run at the salt? We don't care how fast we go, don't care what class we're in, don't want to spend lots of $, and just want to have fun. It may even turn into a charity fundraiser. Thoughts? I'd love to hear some ideas. Can a belly tanker be built for cheap? We have a sbc too, as well as a good TH350. Is it going to break our bank just to meet the safety standards? Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated.