|Vehicle Type||Sprint Car / Roadster|
|Built By||Grant King Race Cars|
|Suspension||Cross Torsion Bars Front and Rear (4-Bar)|
|Engine||Aluminum 427 cubic inch Chevrolet ZL-1|
|Owner||Woodland Family Collection|
Purpose built for pavement tracks, the car was so successful nationally, from 1978 thru 1981, having set numerous track records and winning many main events, that this roadster design was outlawed by USAC. It is currently on display with the 427 cubic inch engine as it raced in "Open Competition" trim.
Several of the Fresno area "Racing Legends" were involved in the restoration of the car and the building of the engine. They include Don Raiskup and Arnold Cavalli on the chassis and running gear while the horsepower was provided by famous engine builders, Tom Reitz and Bob Andrews.