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Posted by: kcbc
« on: December 07, 2008, 01:53:38 PM »

The bodies are built from Performance Fibreglass. But the bodies are different from the Nascar Canadian Tire Series.
The noses are the 3 inches narrower and have a faux (fake) splitter on the bottom.
The rear bumper is 2 inches narrower
The trunk lid is flat no spoiler
and the quarter panel are 3 inches shorter in length, and the fenders are smaller to fit the new track width of 72 inches apposed to NCATS 77 trackwidth
the rest of the panels are the same (ie doors, roof, hood)
styles of bodies are fusion charger, new impala and to come Toyota Camry.
Only available from Performance Fibreglass and Quebec Dealer's
Posted by: LMS-QUEBEC
« on: December 07, 2008, 09:44:35 AM »

Fiberglasses Performances Bodies like NCATS, but added Spoiler like Late-Model.

GM-Metric frame or new tubular GM-Metric - -

GM Crate engine #88958602 at 330HP with Holley 4412 500cfm 2-barrels.

Hoosier 8 inches grooved tires.

Posted by: kmcleod
« on: November 25, 2008, 08:41:32 PM »

At the Vegas Nascar Whelen banquet we sat with the promotor from St Eustache, he mentioned they were changing the bodies on there truck class to car bodies from Tony's glass shop.  While the bodies may be the same/similar as NCATS, the frames are still metric chassis.

Posted by: Thayne
« on: November 25, 2008, 07:36:01 PM »

car count may be an issue for the first little while...but a great idea, maybe get more guys into the NCTS (we can call it this now!)
Posted by: toledo47
« on: November 25, 2008, 07:05:29 PM »

 I noticed that St-Eustache will be running a sportsman series with cars like the Canadian Tire series. Should be an interesting series, I hope they run one of their races the same day as the National 250.

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