1936 Chevrolet Sedan
Looks may be deceiving and that is definitely true with this car. Housed under a 1936 Chevrolet Sedan body, this specialty-built race car has the appearance of a modified that would have been raced during the 1960s, but features state-of-the-art mechanics and electronics. The chassis was custom designed and built from the ground up by Ray Evernham and his Big Iron Garage team. The car was built with a wide range of adjustability so it can be set up to compete on different types of tracks. This car features an electronic fuel injector, JRi Shocks, custom built C&R racing radiator and oil cooler, and an all-aluminum Chevrolet SB-2 engine. Ray Evernham has competed in vintage racing events across the country, and won 1st place at the 2018 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.