Fresh off setting the world’s quickest quarter-mile time (5.64) by a doorslammer a few weeks ago at Las Vegas, Pro Extreme (PX) team owners Camp Stanley and Axle Weiss have revealed a new 2014 Cadillac CTS-V for driver John Stanley, to be constructed by Larry Jeffers Race Cars in House Springs, Missouri.
The first of the new tubing is expected to be laid out on the jig starting late this month and should be ready for outlaw Pro Mod racing by spring.
The car will be adorned in the familiar Stanley & Weiss construction-barrel orange paint with purple flames although Tyler Clark of Wicked Graffix has added a bit of variation to the nose of the car with his own version of a new flame design. The paint will be laid down by Jeffers’ Collision Center, also of House Springs, Missouri. The new graphics will be applied by Tim Fraker Signs of Hagerstown, MD.
“This new car will be powered by a bit different variation of our own world-record-holding, screw-supercharged, Noonan Race Engineering Hemi,” team co-owner Stanley said. “Backing it up will be our Neal Chance Racing Converter and our good ol’ reliable Lencodrive Transmission that is ably maintained by Matt Moore from Lenco Transmissions.”
(Rendering by Tyler Clark/Wicked Graffix)