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Thread: Can anyone identify this old RSR chassis?

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by wsk View Post
    No need to track down VZ935. The Ratt is mine, and it's back in Kevin's hands for refurbishment. Just trying to figure out its IMSA history- any help appreciated!
    Well there you go.
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    The car (really a tub plus a bunch of parts) came from T&R Racing, via Eddie Alvarez and Jim Bell. Eddie is gone, Jim doesn't know anything about its history, and all we have managed to get out of Tico is that "it was a Botero car" but I am not sure about that. The tub has a lot of interesting and distinctive work and has clearly been raced to death. It looks from the rear quarters like it had K3 bodywork at one time. We are hoping somebody might recognize some of these details and give us a lead.

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    interested. subscribing.
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    I do not see the triangular plates welded on the transmission tunnel, where the removable cover is. If it was a genuine RS(R) body it should have it and doubt they have removed them.

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    Thanks, we don't believe it was originally a factory RSR tub but rather a "built up" RSR in period. For sure it has a long racing history, we just don't know what it is! Here is what it looks like today...

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