Car of the Week: Logan Sheffer's 1970 Monte Carlo

Car of the Week: Logan Sheffer's 1970 Monte Carlo

Welcome to the BTE Racing Car of the Week series, where we feature our customers and fans, and the cars (and trucks) they love to race. Today we're featuring Logan Sheffer from Barlow, Kentucky who owns and races a 1970 Monte Carlo.
 
How did you get into drag racing?
My family has been racing for over 30 years.
 
When and where was your first race?
In Gleason, Tennessee when I was 10 years old
 
What model/year do you race now?
1970 Monte Carlo
 
Does your car have a nickname?
The Monte
 
What's under the hood?
SBC 414 built by Wilson Racing Engines
 
Which BTE products do you use in your vehicle?
I use a BTE torque converter built by Chance Lykens, and whatever parts Tommy Cook from Cooks Racing Transmissions uses
 
Why do you use BTE?
It’s a very good product and I haven't had any problems!
 
Someone you look up to in racing?
My uncle, Bear Nichols. If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be the driver I am today!
 
If money were no object, what would you drive?
Tube Chassis 1968 Camaro
 
What is your pre-race ritual (if you have one)?
I double check everything, drink a RedBull, and jam to some music!
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