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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by racinchad, Aug 23, 2018.

  1. racinchad
    Joined: Aug 2, 2013
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    Just wondering can you race a car at the hamb drags that is a 1965 also or does it have to be 1964 and older
     
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  2. Bandit Billy
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    If its got a flathead '65 is probably ok
     
  3. racinchad
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    No flathead
     

  4. racinchad
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  5. There are several Chevy IIs that race there. It has to look the part of a 60s racer though.
     
  6. racinchad
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    Yeah I just wanted to make sure before I go to all the expense that I can race it there being a 65 and not older than 65
     
  7. Bandit Billy
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    You and squirrel should get along fine
     
  8. racinchad
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    That’s why I was wondering if a 65 would qualify because I know they all look about the same from 62-65. Just want to make sure
     
  9. You've got to have 10 spoke fake spindle mounts.
     
  10. Malcolm
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    If it's a carry-over year, like your car, you can usually race.... Of course (as stated above), no modern wheels, etc.
    Easiest would be to send @Ryan a 'conversation' / PM with a photo of your car and ask him.
     
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  11. If it is built traditionally and it passes the boss you can race it.

    I used to race a '65 C-10. Of course not many people alive can tell the '65 from the '64. The old ruling here was that some cars have minimal changes from '64 to '65 and that is acceptable.

    Best thing is throw it passed the boss as has been suggested.
     
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  12. town sedan
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    Like said above "carry-over year". In the rules of this place it states (correct me if I'm wrong) that if a vehicle was available before the cut off and the body style DIDN"T change it's still allowable.
    -Dave
     
  13. racinchad
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    racinchad
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    I appreciate the responses. I will contact the administrator and ask him. I’ve been going down there for several years now hopefully will be able to bring a car next year to race
     
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