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Old 4 Apr 2017, 22:25 (Ref:3723821)   #106
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I happen to be on-line doing some research and couldnt help but drop by this site to register for a vist....and to corrrect some history being presented here.

I owned RT 4 chassis 592 and campained it in SCCA for a good number of years. The car was purchased from Jensen Motorsports, the same folks that ran the series right up to it's conclusion last season. Jensen bought the car from McNeil as was mentioned in an earlier post here. The car so far as I know never left the states for it's life time. I sold the car several years ago to a fine gent from Georgia. I still have 592's log book complete with entries for Driver Johnny O'Connell. I'm very happy to correct this history here as it seems some folks think there is a ghost 592 chassis some where down under. Please feel free to send any questions my way and I'll be happy to respond with what I know. Mark
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I have just purchased # 592
Can we keep in contact by email
need all details of life of the car
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as we are painting it back to original colours
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Old 5 May 2017, 02:50 (Ref:3731112)   #107
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Gentlemen,

I happen to be on-line doing some research and couldnt help but drop by this site to register for a vist....and to corrrect some history being presented here.

I owned RT 4 chassis 592 and campained it in SCCA for a good number of years. The car was purchased from Jensen Motorsports, the same folks that ran the series right up to it's conclusion last season. Jensen bought the car from McNeil as was mentioned in an earlier post here. The car so far as I know never left the states for it's life time. I sold the car several years ago to a fine gent from Georgia. I still have 592's log book complete with entries for Driver Johnny O'Connell. I'm very happy to correct this history here as it seems some folks think there is a ghost 592 chassis some where down under. Please feel free to send any questions my way and I'll be happy to respond with what I know. Mark
I now own this car and any info would be good need to catch up for details of log book etc
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Old 16 Jun 2017, 22:30 (Ref:3742358)   #108
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chart connecting AM numbers to Ralt RT4 chassis numbers?

Does something like this exist?

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Old 16 Jun 2017, 22:55 (Ref:3742364)   #109
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Maybe. It might. Why do you ask?
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Old 16 Jun 2017, 23:34 (Ref:3742372)   #110
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I have a CSR that was originally an RT4 and I am wondering if I can find the ralt # then I can research its history better.
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Old 16 Jun 2017, 23:36 (Ref:3742374)   #111
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I am told it is a 1982 car, AM # is 217
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I am told it is a 1982 car, AM # is 217
I have some of the data that you need within the Ralt records.
217 was probably a replacement tub or in an RT5 not a 4, but if you can give me some other information I can help as to what the original car was.
Firstly, what is the fuel cell marking. I have complete records of original fuel cells for 1982 build.
Secondly, what is the gearbox number?
Thirdly, is there a stamp on the roll hoop? If it was a CSR - SCCA class and nothing else - there should be one. This will tell me first time it raced SCCA and I can match that up.
I know of one 81 build RT4 that went on to be a successful CSR in southern California. It might well have got a new tub in 1982.

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