Types of Payments Accepted:
Allison Legacy with new chassis and body. Fresh engine. Lots of spares – 20+ new tires, engine, transmission, driveshafts, suspension parts, bumpers, radiators, fuel cell, ignition parts and boxes of other items.
Details of the Allison Legacy car – The Allison Legacy Race Car is a turn key, ready to race, and precision engineered vehicle with a fiberglass body a Mazda B-2200 truck engine on a full tubular chassis.
Body Styles – Thunderbird or Monte Carlo
Engine – Mazda B-2200 120+ HP
Fire Suppression System
Aluminum Racing Radiator and Electric Radiator Fan
4.8 Gallon Fuel System
Sealed Engine with 5 Speed Transmission with Reverse Gear
Vehicle Wheel Base – 80 Inches
Vehicle Width: 60 Inches
Length: 12 Feet 6 Inches
Height: 42 Inches
Vehicle Weight: 1425 lbs (without driver)
Tires – Goodyear
Wheel Size – 13” x 7” Steel Racing Wheels
Wheel Width: 7 Inches
Wheel Diameter: 13 Inches
Aluminum Front Hubs
Interchangeable and Adjustable Front End Suspension
Quick Change Rear End
Fully Adjustable 3 Link Lear Suspension
Rack and Pinion Steering
One Set of 4.86 Gears
Four Wheel Disc Brakes
Coil Over Shocks and Springs
Aluminum Racing Seat and 5 Point Safety Harness
Custom Window Safety Net
Custom Instrument Panel – Tachometer, Oil Pressure Gauge and Water Temperature Gauge
The Allison Legacy car is a three-quarter sized replica of a Sprint Cup car and is powered by a four cylinder MAZDA B-2200 truck engine that produces approximately 125 horsepower. The cars use the standard MAZDA five-speed transmission.
The cars weigh about 1,400 pounds dry but must weigh a minimum of 1,675 pounds with driver to race. The series is a “SPEC” series designed to minimize your racing costs and place the emphasis on the driver instead of the equipment.
“The Allison Legacy Cars are excellent equipment for the beginner to get his or her first exposure to racing,” said David Pearson, winner of 105 NASCAR Winston Cup races. “They are well designed and professionally constructed cars that will give the drivers the same feel and experience they would get from a bigger and more powerful car.”