Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by ChiefWiggum, Nov 16, 2018.
You seem to be able to build these so quickly!
Chief, you got paypal?
Start by going straight, then turn left, go straight, turn left go on til your past the Tasty Freeze, then turn left again a couple of times and yer right back here at the ol start/finish line.
78' and 79', outstanding !
Your a fast worker Chief.
@jymp I think this Pennzoil Car was also from 1978, but not sure
The Lola ran this livery in early 1978.
The Pennzoil livery was used in 1979.
The Chaparral Lola would carry over to early 1979 as the team’s first Yellow Submarine—the John Barnard-designed 2K chassis—was finished. The Chaparral 2K is best remembered with its iconic Pennzoil livery, but the Indy 500-winning Chaparral Lola T-500 was the first to use the colors before it was replaced with Barnard’s ground-effects masterpiece.
Chief, you used the arai helmet for this? Not sure many indycar drivers had arai back in the day, you want a simpson helmet?
I don't want.........I need a Simpson Helmet
Looking so good mate, hopefully we can see the Dallara IR18
Looking very good, gonna be a big time add on, good luck getting the chrome wheels right
someone have a idea what this gauges show?
MAN...manometer (pressure gauge) oil?
Manifold pressure ?
I would also guess Manifold Pressure. Looks like the ideal reading is 70. (an old trick, don't make the driver read the gauge, just let him note that it is straight up and all is well.)
The gauge shows Manifold Pressure.
It has MAN on the face.
ok, thx guys
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