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Originally posted by CHAR CHAR wrote:

Other than the rule book of the time, is there a collection of tech info/photos/how too's online or off on how to build one of these as a replica racer?  I bought a '72 Javelin SST to play with and keep me from thinking too hard about converting my '70 Boss 302 in a T/A car.  If I knew where one might show up at a show Id be up and take a million picts and measurements.

Talk to Wayne Davis, coloradoamx here on the forum.  He has a nearly perfect replica of the '71 Penske Javelin.  It was at the 2014 Kenosha homecoming.  It looked flawless to me in 2014, and he's been making it even more authentic as he goes. To my eyes it looks like Roger Penske himself prepped it. I think he's even had the engine built as close to the Traco original as possible.

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Edited by CamJam - Dec/12/2019 at 9:25pm
'72 Baja Bronze Javelin SST
'69 Big Bad Orange AMX (2018 Teague Heritage Award winner) SOLD
'70 Opel GT
'07 BMW 335i
'13 Ford Focus ST
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I read a story with the Penske Camaro's where they weighed the same car twice by switching the numbers.  So one car was legal and the other was not.  They just sent the legal car to inspection two times with each set numbers.  Not sure how true that is but that's the story.
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