BDKJMU wrote:Sorry to disappoint you, but those 4 are from from Rochester Hills, Michigan; Bakerfield, California; Las Vegas, and southern New Jersey. Not exactly as you put it, "inbred cooter" territory..
NASCAR has seen some radical changes since the days when it was just bootleggers racing their cars.
Your lack of currency in American sports culture is surprising.
BTW you do know they aren't "stock" cars too, right?
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Hate to break it to you, but the bootleggers didn't have "stock" cars either.
At least up until about the mid-80s, the cars looked pretty similar to the Thunderbirds and Monte Carlo SS's you could buy at a dealership.
Technically, the engine parts and template dimensions are what supposedly makes them stock cars now. The engine parts have to be officially listed in the GM/Ford/Toyota catalog. Granted, most of them are listed as special order performance parts and aren't in any of the actual cars on a lot, but that's how the game is played.