Kimmy’s Garage would like to feature Ray Cox on today’s blog:
Ray Cox’s love of racing began in 1999 with the building of his old Pontiac FireBird which he raced in Xtreme Street with. Years later, it became a father son project, when his son Brad started helping with the build as well as racing in 2010.
Ray with his wife (Pam), daughter (Christina), and son (Brad).
They are currently building a new 1999 Pontiac TransAm for NMCA Xtreme Street!
Features of the new car:
- 3,550 lb All Steel Bodied 1976 Trans Am
- Factory Doors and Glass
- Nitrous Assisted
- Street Legal
- Aerospace Brakes, Vacuum Pump, Vacuum adjuster bottle mount, Battery tray, Water neck
- All Pontiac 535 inch engine now going to 550 cubic inch
- 275 Radial Tire
- RPM transmission with a Griner Transbrake, PTC converter
“Even though we haven’t been the quickest car in the class, I love going to the NMCA Races just for the chance to be around great people and learn new things. Thanks to the NMCA for giving us a great place to race and a special thanks to Kim and Al at Aerospace for everything you do.” -Brad Cox