4/19/19 8:58 a.m.

Story by Chris Brewer. Lead Photograph by Drew Philips. Other Photography as Credited.

This article is from a past issue of Classic Motorsports, and references planned events that have already happened.

Forget all the rock-and-roll accolades–the big hits, the filled arenas, the nearly 50 ye…

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mvh New Reader
4/22/19 6:37 p.m.

This Derrington steering wheel is mounted upside-down. The whole point of the three evenly-spaced spokes is to get them out of the way of the two large gauges. Mounted this way they are directly in front of the speedo and tach. If the single spoke were straight up in the middle, as it is supposed to be, all gauges would be unobscured. As a bonus, the 9-and-3 and 10-and-2 hand positions would also be unobstructed.

5/6/22 11:19 a.m.

Could be that is the way he wanted it.....just say'n

Automobilist New Reader
5/6/22 2:22 p.m.

Amongst the current modding fads;  outlaw, donk, brodozer, ricer, squat, etc; this is probably the least offensive... 

You can use the car as an "Outlaw" (maybe "OatesLaw?") and if you change your mind,  return it to stock for the long run. 


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