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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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[02/21/2002] Vortech to give $1000 to the first car to go 9's


Vortech Engineering based out of Channel Islands, CA is excited to give away $1000 to the first Vortech powered NMRA Real Street car to break in to the 9''s during the 2002 racing season.

Last year, 5.0 Mustang and Super Fords magazine introduced a new racing class, Real Street, for smog legal supercharged race cars. Vortech''s car, driven by 2 time NMRA World Champion, Joffre LaFontaine, was able to secure the win last season. With the 2002 racing season approaching quickly, Vortech wants to set the standard again. By giving a hefty $1000 incentive for a Vortech powered car to go 9''s, the racers are likely to strive a bit harder to achieve that goal. Vortech will be requiring proof of ownership, proof that the 9-second 1/4 mile pass occurred during qualifying and/or eliminations, proof the 9-second performance was backed up with 1% during qualifying and/or eliminations, as well as proof of proper placement of the official "Vortech Real Street Race into the 9''s" decal.

This promotion will expire at the end of the 2002 NMRA Season.

For more information and to receive the official decal, contact Vortech Engineering at 805-247-0226x222 or http://www.vortechsuperchargers.com

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