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    Default First outing full circuit

    Usual race set up - 70-200 2.8 mkII with the 1.4 mkIII ext

    Before you all say WTF. . . . . this was a 1953 concept - Cadillac race car, built by hand (one off) from original drawings - guy raced it in a one hour race and believe me - he REALLY had to work it. Watching him was like watching someone flat out in a worn out Mk1 landrover - that huge steering wheel never stayed straight!!!






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    Nice set David.

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    Default Re: First outing full circuit

    Odd looking car , almost looks Military .

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    Look what I knocked up in my garage?............... steering tends to get a bit light over 40mph!
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    Default Re: First outing full circuit

    Little more info



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    I think it's safe to call that design experimental...

    Got to admire the guy for building and driving it though.
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