NVRA Rules and Bylaws
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National Vintage Racing Association has rules governing each class of car. There are five classes. Rules covers safety, chassis, suspension, weight, and body style. Classes are also determined by whether the car is a 6cly or V8. Wings and non-winged cars are also separate classes. Those five classes are:
Downloading this document should help you determine which class your car fits in. Please read this document to become familiar with it.
This document contains all the data concerning the cars in the National Vintage Race Car Association.
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