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Russell Pavey and Ken Lowe

United Tools Top Door 63 Corvette

Russell Pavey - Driver
Ken Lowe    - Tuner / Team Leader
Peter Richards - Fabricator / Clutch and Trans (learning the engine)
Brett "Robbo" Roberts - Engine Top End and Car Appearance

Other Crew - Mark Bourke, Geoff Stone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Driving from the race track to the airport in Mildura we found this crankshaft out in a paddock near the road. About 12 meters long and sporting 6 rod journals it immediately got our attention. We HAD to have a closer look, naturally Pete had to get on top of it..... Ken wanted to take it home...
It was a billet crank too, it was cut from one huge hunk of steel...

Then we told him to plank the crank....

Apparently we are easily amused.....