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Anybody have a past (& future ??) history of Arrington-buiLt ChrysLer racing engines ??
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At one time Joey was the official supplier of NASCAR truck engines for Dodge. We also did the majority of our engine development in Martinsville. He had a very large, modern facility there. Also, Joey did a cut-away of out R5/P7 race engine with the local community college.
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At one time Joey was the official supplier of NASCAR truck engines for Dodge. We also did the majority of our engine development in Martinsville. He had a very large, modern facility there. Also, Joey did a cut-away of out R5/P7 race engine with the local community college.
Yeah, I remember when Arrington supplied engines for the truck series.

The Arrington shop is close to the entrance of Patrick Henry Community College. I recall passing by it when taking our son to the college. He attended PHCC and played baseball there.
 

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Anybody have a past (& future ??) history of Arrington-buiLt ChrysLer racing engines ??
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Lots of stuff on Joey's father, Buddy Arrington, in the Nascar history thread in this section if you want to take the time to go through it. Buddy was the last Mopar driver to try to keep his car competitive back in the 80's after Chrysler dropped factory support of Nascar racing. Joey was the crew chief on his father's race cars and learned his engine building skills back then..
 
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