Returning then to projects (as well as community) long neglected...
Hoping to revise the A-pillar ducts employed on each the E-body Trans Am projects I'd been working upon, I turned up two designs used by AAR before settling on the shorter model employed at Bridgehampton, NY. where Swede Savage would finish second behind Mark Donohue.
...this would be Swede Savage purportedly at Mid-Ohio early in '70. Note the difference between the A-pillar duct seen here and what is noticed below.
...this would be Dan Gurney at Riverside. A different car - yes, but also note the longer and presumably better A-pillar fresh air duct design.
...Swede Savage at St. Jovite, whereas notice my rough pattern and stacked plastic sheet that awaits sculpting.
...the finished duct carefully set in place then.
...contrasting the new 'Cuda fresh air duct to a substantially revised Challenger duct.
Thanks for the longstanding interest and kindness shown...