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Walt is exactly correct.

Tristan, the scrutineers have really been cracking down lately on "building" a car to specifications. If you want to run as an SC, your car must be a duplicate of an SC IN ALL RESPECTS (except, of course, the modifications expressly permitted by the rules).

The biggest issue that I see is tire width. SC's have flared rear fenders, whereas the '74 is a narrowbody. So you would have to flare using factory material to run as an SC in G-stock, and make all the other required changes to make the car identical to an SC, with documentation thereof. Probably not that hard to do given the similarity of the cars.

The real issue is, if you want to run in F Prepared-- you basically have to do everything in the Prepared rule book, including slotting the suspension for greater camber, big brakes, 3.8 RSR spoiler, flare the fenders to accomodate the widest rims permitted by the rules, etc., if you want to be competitive with the F-stock Carreras. By the time you got done doing that, you could probably buy an F car.
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