1968 Chevy K20 4x4 Restoration
Rear end looks fine but skewered, aesthetically, both lifts kit under the seat looks better but my guess is weight distribution is the decisive factor. Front end - blahhhhh The other two so far put in some distinct work especially kawasaki, Honda simply put 1968 chevy c10 lift kit plate and blinkers on their race bike - I can see the appeal though and it is a big one for 1968 chevies c10, you get to ride basically the same machine as the one that rules the tracks.
Racing engines are expensive. To make every power, to have longevity to win the race, they must be bad from the best components available, and those problems are expensive. Equally, the knowledge, experience and dedication to technical detail and combustion are not items available for purchase. These must be encoded over years and decades of hard work. Engines built to suit the beast, needs and requirements of a high-end car builder or that aspect's customer are also not cheap. If someone is bare to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to have a maximum car built, it doesn't often make a lot of sense to them to use a hard engine or an off-the-shelf powerplant.
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