Pictures of the garage and vintage road race prepped 1966 Barracuda Formula S of Team Starfish Racing. This car was restored from 1992-1994 to international FIA Sporting Regulations (FIA #535) as a Group 3 Grand Touring (GT) class car, for racing in FIA sanctioned endurance race events (think 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona, LeMans, etc.). It has been on the vintage race circuit for the last 20 years, and has logged over 5,000 miles on the track in over 40 weekends of racing events. It has raced at Laguna Seca, Sears Point, Buttonwillow, Thunderhill, Willow Springs, Portland International Raceway, and Seattle International Raceway. The clubs it's raced with include SCCA, HMSA, CSRG, VARA, SVRA, and SOVREN.
Don't ask me what the 1/4 mile times are, we've NEVER taken it to a drag strip.
Competitor cars are generally Corvettes, Ford Mustangs and GT-40s, Shelby GT-350s, Cobras and Daytonas, Camaros, Jaguars, Tigers, larger bore Porsches, and on special occasions, other Mopars! With some clubs there are smaller bore cars mixed in; Alfa Romeos, Ferraris, Lotuses, Sports Racers, etc.
We've owned the car since 1992, some 25 years. Hard to believe it's been that long. I've retired now, and for at least now so has the car. (It costs about $1500 to run the car for one weekend of racing.) I hope to have it back on the track as soon as I am able!