Frank purchased the Vega GT from a Burbank dealer in 1974 and drove it to high school in his senior year. Heraced it in Bracket 5 every weekend at Irwindale Raceway, OCIR, LACR, and Terminal Island for decades. He says it probably has 10,000 miles on it, a 1/4-mile at a time. He named it Pre Skol because it’s older than old school. The car is finally the machine Frank dreamed of having in high school. He commissioned Bones Fabrication in Camarillo, CA to turn his dream into reality. Bones fit the car with a 440ci Mast Motorsports LSX engine and TCI
full-manual 4L80 trans with trans-brake and converter. The chassis is a Chris Alston’s Chassisworks
unit with a Fab9 rearend, Wilwood brakes, Eibach springs, Momo seats and steering wheel, and DJ Safety gear. It rolls on Billet Specialties’ Comp 5 wheels and Hoosier rubber.