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Re: Another new member (was BRN)

To: Chuck Rothfuss <>,
Subject: Re: Another new member (was BRN)
From: John Beckett <>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 17:10:48 -0500
All I can say is car 393 did run at Bonneville last year and passed tech.
Vintage bodies (like a '32 Ford) are given some le-way.


At 04:40 PM 3/18/99 -0500, Chuck Rothfuss wrote:
>  This one got sent direct to me and missed the list.  It's in response to
>one of my posts, but I think the intent was to share it with everyone.  I'll
>just welcome another new member and let John fiddle with the car
>classification question.  
>>Posted-Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 10:36:00 -0800 (PST)
>>From: Beth Butters <>
>>Subject: RE: BRN
>>Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 10:31:45 -0800
>>              Hi Chuck,   
>>                              I saw your letter to BRN about ECTA and it made 
>me think about the
>article in the last issue. There is a picture of car 393 , a very nice
>duece with a blown 392 in it .  Anyway it's apparently entered as a B/BF
>ALT. Which it isn't since altered have to run full unaltered body's.  I'd
>just hate to see the guy tow out to the flats and be disapoited.  I  really
>don't know what class he could run  It doesn't appear that there is one in
>this configuration without turning it into a roadster .
>>            I guess since this is my first time  I' ve  been on this sight
>I should go ahead and introduce myself.  I attempt to run a 53 Stude in B/B
>altered on the salt thow the last couple of years I,ve been pit crewing for
>the 745  Stude coupe.  My car is powered  by a 392 chrysler also and plan on
>running this years WOS.  I live a couple miles south of the canadian  border
>in North Idaho. 
>>            Hope to see a good many of you , oh yes my car number is l392.
>L. Kvach  Butters

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