We now have a brand new motor and transmission!
October 14, 2016
We did it! We were able to go down to Mooresville, NC and purchase the rolling chassis.This is the first step in building an adaptive race car. It is also a huge step because they are very difficult to obtain. Brian Keselowski was kind enough to part with his Daytona 500 chassis with a Gen-6 Toyota Camry body from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. We were very lucky to have an opportunity to purchase something like this at such a great price.
Parts are coming in from generous companies like Pace Performance, Moroso, Jones Racing Products, AED, Auto Meter, Spa Technique, Aero Wheels, Max Papis and more and the coming along nicely!
The extensive modifications needed to make this car adapted for a disabled driver are labor intensive and very expensive and will require approx. 15-20,000 dollars to complete. This is what we are raising money for. The end result is a one of a kind state of the art Sprint Cup race car that disabled drivers can experience the thrill of a lifetime and inspire them to break down barriers and achieve goals they never thought possible!