We will start with this one. It was the first Retro East F1 winner, my first Retro East race winner, and Jay Kisling won a bunch of races including the Sano and I believe the R4. This where F1 started in Retro East.
Two rails of .063" and the guide lead is over 1" but I do not remember how long. The front wheels are attached to the pans instead of the center section, something I tried back 20 years earlier when I was running Group 7 (wing cars to you young kids). The supports for the front axle had to be changed as the IRRA® rules were finalized and had to be moved so they were no longer wider than the chassis and sticking out of the body.
Mr. Noose got the second version and Mike Katz the third. Noose just recently retired his which was in loaner mode and Mike ran his last year in the flat track Nats.