1928 Tribute Indy 500 Race Car
Item #: 20607
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This 1928 Tribute Indy 500 Race Car has been sold.
This is a 1928 Tribute Indy 500 race car.
This was professionally built by Don Campbell in Nevada engineered by Bob Lindebaum, and called the Bell-Baum-Spl.
Power comes from a Model A motor, A block, with a Winfield head, Riley intake, dual Rochesters, remote oil filter, custom 2 chamber oil pan (for cornering) and other pieces of speed equipment.
Custom radiator keeps things cool,
This is 12 volt with a one wire alternator and electric fan.
These are swapped out when ran on the vintage circuit, but it makes it nice for doing hot laps up the street.
This has been raced in the vintage race circuit and was driven by Wes Abendroth.
The transmission is a 3 speed Model A transmission hooked to a Model A rear end.
Wheels are 17" wire knock offs,
Tires are bias ply, big and little 6./6.5/17 and 5.5/17.
Adapters are bolted to stock Model A drums, so stock wheels could be ran as well very easily.
Front wheels are spindle mount and rear brakes are mechanical and can be activated by hand or foot.
Fuel pressure to the 5 gallon tank is provided via hand pump.
Body is all steel construction and paint job is in nice condition.
Graphics can easily be removed if desired.
This would make a good contender for TROG and is priced just right.
This has NOT been approved for the event TROG.
You would have to send in pics and info for entry to this event.
It would fit right in though.
They may require some tweeks just like any racing event.
This car is a head turner and has a great sound!
Reliable and turn key, this is a great addition to your collection and is just as fun to admire as it is to drive!
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