Volume III, Issue 3, Page 47

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YEAH, WE’LL CAP YA!

Hey, do you have a part number on that Wilcap adapter? I can only find a SB Chevy-to-727 Torqueflite adapter on their site. Are the SB and BB Chevy bolt patterns the same?

Kenny MacKay
Toronto, Canada

Hey Kenny,

We think you’re referring to the powertrain in Magneto’s AWB Nova. Got no part number for ya on the Wilcap piece, but the backs of both blocks are the same. 

TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE

That story [Jim McFarland’s column, “Technically Speaking” in February issue] described John [Lingenfelter] to a T. One of the hardest workers in the sport. A tough racer and a great person.

Bernie Agaman

Bernie,
Remember the day I came to your house to do the story on the Corvette? I feel like I never left Bayonne. It was for Car Craft, I think, mid-‘70s. Yeah, I know. Who remembers? Bernie was one of the toughest competitors in the NHRA Northeast Division.

WAYNE’S A GOOD OLD DOG

I am very happy to see your name again. It’s been a while since I have discussed racing and things with you via email. Glad to see your articles, and since I am such an old fart I don't know how long you have been submitting to MaxChevy. I grew up in the Saskatoon area and raced a Stock eliminator car in the 70's and 80's. I can't believe it’s that long ago.

The last couple of years I was a volunteer pit guy for the AC Delco sponsored Pro Mod car owned by Harold Martin (IHRA series). I only worked six races, but it was a tremendous experience. I thought I knew about hard work, but those Pro Mod nitrous cars are a LOT of work. You have to love this industry, though. When I went to the San Antonio race two springs ago I flew home from Dallas and left a day to tour Reher/ Morrison's shop. They were very gracious and showed me around the place; it was an experience that I will never forget. When it is all said and done, it is the people that make the difference!

Keep up the great work Wayne, and take care.

Doug Mitchell
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

RUSCIO’S RUSH

Mr. Ruscio appears to be a multi talented individual that knows how to get things done. I am sure he is a valued employee of Phil Somers’ American Super Car.

Nice Car!

John Bopp
Spencerport, New York

Yeah, he is, but you ought to see him dance.

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Dean Phillips
Morrow, Georgia

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Ringgold, Georgia

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