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United Race Fans Sprint car Autism & Hospice

Discussion in 'Portfolio Board' started by Ursta Graphics, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. Ursta Graphics

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    I have been working the last few months on building a racecar with a close friend of mine that is a champion driver. Usually I am just the "lettering guy" so this is one of my first ventures in learning to build the entire car from the ground up. We have built the car as a charity car that will benefit Autism and Hospice through fan and sponsor donations as well as purse winnings. We made our debut Saturday night after 2 months of finding sponsors, wrenching and designing. We had hopes of just firing her up and getting out front but Saturday night turned into more of a night of working out bugs as we had problems with the steering pump and box. When my driver wasn't fighting the wheel in the turns she ran like a champ though! We are really excited to change our steering and get back out there next week! Here are a few pictures of the car. Designed in signlab and wrapped with my dc4sx. More can be seen at www.facebook.com/urfsprint
     

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    A few more.
     

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    SD&F Very Active Member

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    That's looks like fun and you are doing something for two great causes. Good Luck and I hope you bring it home on the next one!
     
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    very cool
     
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