|Vehicle Type||MASCAR Super Modified (San Jose Type)|
|Built By||Mike Sargent|
|Suspension||4 Bar Cross Torsion|
|Engine||Chevy V-8, Fuel Injected, Methanol Fuel, 377 cu in. displacement|
|Owner||Woodland Family Collection|
The California NASCAR rules were unique and were intended to prevent local drivers from traveling to other areas and racing with other organizations. This meant the promoter would have a full field of cars each night as these cars were illegal to run with full sprint car classes. The only major differences between these cars and winged sprint cars was the use of rectangular tubing for the chassis main frame rails, the use of squared off tail tanks and the huge wings or reverse air foils.
During the late 1970's through the mid 1980's, these Mike Sargent built cars were the most competitive in the field and this car, in the hands of Mike Parker, was no exception.