Yeah I did the nascar door bars on my racer too.
I can tell you this.
There is no way I'd be able to load a GT6 onto my trailer :)
With the FIAT I drive up onto the trailer and then jump straight out
over top of the roll cage.
Just a little too tall to make the dream come true. Drat.
Never the less I made the vintage racing dream come true :)
One advantage of an open top car.
On 13 October 2010 09:56, Bobby Whitehead <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Having owned nearly 20 GT6's and now owning a racer. I too can confirm the
> space to get into the car. This year I added the full roll cage and was
> concerned on being able to get into and out of the car. I was lucky enough
> find Jason down in Cresson Texas at the MSR track. I can get his contact if
> interested. He built a cage specifically where the side bars (2) are shaped
> the inner space of the doors. We were able modify the inside door skins by
> cutting them out to fit. I admit, it's a bear to get into. But, when
> once my butt is on the top bar of the I'm literally out of the car by then.
> However, once inside, I'm very cozy at 5'9" and STILL 199 pounds.
> Bobby Whitehead
> CVAR GT6+ Group 7 DP
> Happy Motoring!
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