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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
ET Range: Unknown
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Edelbrock Vic Jr's
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Result: 6%
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Result: 11%
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Other: post it.
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[12/20/2001] Precision Turbo & Engine becomes a Fun Ford Weekend Contingency Sponsor


Hebron, IN. , On Tuesday, December 18th, Precision Turbo and Engine announced they will be a contingency sponsor for the Fun Ford Weekend Series 2002 racing season.

Mustang racers in the Street Outlaw and Pro categories who use Precision Turbo and Engine turbochargers and display a Precision contingency deal are eligible for the prize. If a participating racer wins, they shall receive $300 and the runner-up shall get $150.

"We want to support the racers who purchase our products and participate at Fun Ford Weekend Events," said co-owner Harry Hruska. Precision Turbo and Engine also races their Mustang in the Fun Ford Weekend Events. Steve Grebeck, who also drove the car in the 2001 season, drives their Mustang, owned by Harry Hruska and Dan Sterezo.

For more information on the contingency program, please contact American Autosports Productions at (225) 664-0996.
For more information about Precision Turbo and Engine, please visit their website at http://www.precisionte.com.

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