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Team Labrador
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Stolen race car parts

#1 Post by Team Labrador » Sat Nov 28, 2009 9:42 am

Keep a look out for my friends stuff.
5,000.00 Reward for anyone who can identify the Thug’s for evidence for the apprehension and conviction of Grand Theft crime of Beswick Racing!!
Stolen: An all aluminum NRC SBC, appearance is John Beck’s sheet metal intake with two NOS annular discharge fogger’s on the exterior intake plenum with two 1050 Davinci Carburetors. Also has brand new CFE 15 degree heads with cast aluminum valve covers, Jesel front mount distributor with MSD plug wires. It has an CSI water pump that is blocked off so I could use an external C&R radiator with water pump on the bottom tank. It has Product Engineering 4 port regulator for the carbs. and a Magna Flow 2 port regulator for the NOS. Also has a Weaver external oil pump with Moroso Vacuum pump and Stef’s aluminum oil pan.
Reid Power Glide.
Aluminum 8” Neil Chance converter
8 5/8” Trick Titanium bell housing with cross shaft.
East West Engineering 8” 3 disk 6 lever clutch with bronze floaters.
C&R Radiator with water pump on bottom left.
3 ½ gallon JAZ fuel cell.
500 GPH Product Engineering fuel pump.
Two NOS 15# bottles
Shroud parachute.
Painless Wiring 8 switch control panel.
Autometer recordable tach.
Digit-Set NOS activator box.
Two remote ford starter solenoids.
MSD HVC-2 coil.
10# Safe Craft fire bottle.
V300 Racepak.
CSI gear reduction starter.
CSI 159 tooth flex plate.
1 set of used 15 degree aluminum Bowtie heads with T&D rockers.
1 set of 14 x 15 Alumastar rear bead locks with 29X10.5 MT tires.
1 set of 3.5X15 Alumastar fronts with MT tires.
Liberty 5 speed transmission with pistol grip shifter.
Used SBC GRP aluminum rods with JE aluminum pistons.
16 Volt Turbo Start charger.
6-2 5/8” Autometer Gauges.
Hurst Quarter Stick shifter.

Call 936-524-3475 ask for Jim
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This happened in Conroe, TX most likely Thanksgiving night.
They used a crow bar on the shop door.

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