So in case anyone was wondering what it takes to get the NHRA to certify a modern chassis built in the spirit of the mid 50's rail jobs, here you go. A little Chassis Research, a little Dragmaster, some very open minded tech inspectors, and a WHOLE lot of tubing. Many on here will be quick to point out the differences between this thing and an old chassis, and trust me we know the differences as well, but being able to run 9.99 at an NHRA track made all the differences seem like an acceptable compromise to us. Is it a little heavy, yes. Is it a spot-on TE-440 replica, no. What it is though, is a legal 100" front engine dragster, and we think that's pretty cool. We dubbed it the Horsefly HF100.