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The Polaris Race Team: The car features its original acid dipped sheet metal, as well as its original roll cage and Logghe chassis with 4-wheel Hurst Airheart disc brakes, Logghe coil over shocks and tin work by Al Bergler. It ran Gapp & Roush Boss 429 engines, B and M clutched C-6 and Chrysler 4-speed transmissions, and a Dana 60 rear end which is still under the car. via: JustACarGuy.blogspot.com

The Polaris Drag Team purchased the car new for professional drag racing in 1970 and campaigned it from 1971 through The Polar.

Inline sheet metal Manifold | FORD 300 inline six - THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN DRAG RACING!

Inline sheet metal Manifold | FORD 300 inline six - THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN DRAG RACING!

Sheet Metal Center Console and Inner Fenders - Mind Over Metal

Scott's Hot Rods sets your truck apart with a custom sheet metal center console and custom inner fenders. Use these ideas for your own sheet metal fabrication and custom metal work, at Sport Truck Magazine.

86-14 Ford Racing Differential Cover #tkogiveaway002

86-14 Ford Racing Differential Cover #tkogiveaway002

The Polaris Race Team: The car features its original acid dipped sheet metal, as well as its original roll cage and Logghe chassis with 4-wheel Hurst Airheart disc brakes, Logghe coil over shocks and tin work by Al Bergler. It ran Gapp & Roush Boss 429 engines, B and M clutched C-6 and Chrysler 4-speed transmissions, and a Dana 60 rear end which is still under the car. via: JustACarGuy.blogspot.com

The Polaris Drag Team purchased the car new for professional drag racing in 1970 and campaigned it from 1971 through The Polar.

The Polaris Race Team: The car features its original acid dipped sheet metal, as well as its original roll cage and Logghe chassis with 4-wheel Hurst Airheart disc brakes, Logghe coil over shocks and tin work by Al Bergler. It ran Gapp & Roush Boss 429 engines, B and M clutched C-6 and Chrysler 4-speed transmissions, and a Dana 60 rear end which is still under the car.

The Polaris Drag Team purchased the car new for professional drag racing in 1970 and campaigned it from 1971 through The Polar.

This is a ex factory backed 71 Mustang and Warren Tope's race winning car before he was killed in a Can/Am racing accident. Myself, Michael Westcott found and was going to buy it from Warrens father . I let a friend, Bill Maier buy the car instead. It had so many trick parts and work done on it from the front sheet metal nosed down 2", body dipped, thin glass, floater axle trick suspension. Bill was very successful in SF regions SCCA races and Trans/Am races till his New Mustang was…

This is a ex factory backed 71 Mustang and Warren Tope's race winning car before he was killed in a Can/Am racing accident.

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