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Old 3 Apr 2016, 21:57 (Ref:3630023)   #38
John D Wood
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John D Wood should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
The body off pic is one of Derricks. As we ran 1300cc we wanted to loose a load of weight, Space frame was chopped off just in front of the batteries, we had trailing arms to a ford english axle, the body was laminated to the roll cage with the back struts, of the roll cage, supporting the top of the rear shock absorbers.the cockpit sides were ally boxes foam filled so it became a spaceframe/monocoque hybrid, the body could no longer be removed in one piece. the doors were just half doors.
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