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  • About TheSkunkWorks
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    Graceland in a Not Correctly Restored Stingray
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    Real Estate, Construction & Consulting
    Year & Model
    1978 SAE w/mods
    B2Z Silver/Dk. Gray Met.
    BB'ed ages ago, Muncie, 12-bolt IRS, lowered w/array of Guldstrand bits (no rear bar), adj. KONI's, manual steering, PC aero pkg, L88 hood, black Hookers. Frame-off & more mods, incl. improved susp. geometry, batwing, 550+ HP alum. head long-rod 427 BBC in the works; completion pending funds.
    Have owned '69 L71, '70 ZR1, '78 SAE, & '92 LT1 (all sticks). Organized/licensed racing experience in IHRA, NHRA, SBRS, SCCA Pro, SportsCar, IMSA & FIA; ~100 races on major US road courses & street circuits. Automotive technical background incl. suspension setup, multi-adj. shock tuning, data acquisition (PI & Stack), proprietary chassis dynamics software, component design & prototyping, engine simulation (EA Pro), hi-perf & racing engine builds.
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    The real fun only begins when you're pulling 1g at 6000 RPM!

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  • Last Activity: 06-22-2017 08:44 PM
  • Member Since: 04-06-2007


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  1. Steve's '73
    03-16-2013 11:37 PM
    Thanks Charlie, your Shark with that P40 looks pretty sharp too!

  2. cottoneg
    03-04-2012 11:44 AM
    Just wanted to say thanks for taking time to post your long reply. I attack the issue and get back to you. Right now I have to glass shut the hole in the floor so I can install some new seat and 6 pt harness.
    12-09-2010 06:35 AM
    no problem, sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I have been burried trying to get Killer finished.
  4. vettesbydesign
    06-17-2009 07:34 PM
    Thank you!!!!
  5. 05-07-2009 04:20 PM
    Mr. Charlie, I removed the rear sway bar from my 82 today and took it out for a test run. It made all the different in the world, before it was dancing around, like it didn't know what way it wanted to go, Scary at the least. At 100 MPH. it stayed right where I aimed it. Thank-you ever so much. I appreciate the Advise. Doctorgene
  6. 05-03-2009 12:02 AM
    Charlie, Thanks for the heads up, been busy at work and had not logged in recently. Ironic you sent your note today. I will read and maybe post a thought or two. Greg
  7. 05-01-2009 11:26 PM
    Yes Sir: Thank-you for the Imfo. on sway bars. I stayed with the org. springs,stock shocks, frt. sway bar,complete rebuilt suspension, frt. & rear,added same size rear sway bar, and when I get it up to 85 to 100 it feels like I'm in my rebuilt 57 chevy, kind of sways around the road, I mean, I don't feel as if I have complete control. Where would you suggest I might find this Imfo. on over swaying. Thank-you very much. Doctorgene
  8. gkull
    03-16-2009 12:35 PM
    Charlie, I have some experience with roller cams in 427ish ci motors [email protected] Please tell me what you have now and your opinions on it.
  9. Jason Staley
    01-26-2009 05:37 PM

    I was just wondering what your opinion was on some seats I am looking at. Can you take a look at this thread? I keep switching my opinion about which seats to upgrade to.

    After I finish the Oldsmobile this spring, I'm going to finally take the plunge and improve the seats, driver's position, pedals, and add some safety equipment before I get hurt (harness, roll bar, and Hans device). My biggest problem in finding a decent seat is my size. I'm pretty big at 6'2" and 250lbs so getting a good driving seat is quite the challenge.
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