John Cooley, owner of Alumi Craft, built a four-seat off-road vehicle as a fund-raiser raffle prize for the Off-Road Business Association (ORBA), the Santee, California-based trade association comprised of off-road related businesses united to promote common goals that support the prosperity and growth of the off-road industry.
The unit, worth more than $100,000, features a 430 hp engine by Redline, a Mendeola sequential shift transaxle, powder coating by ECP, graphics by Ape Wraps, Beard seats, 21-inch travel Fox Racing Shox, and new Walker Evans beadlock wheels running 35-inch Pro Comp tires. Other items were provided by Fiber-Tech, CNC, ORW, HOWE, McKenzie's, BTI, KARTEK, and Precision Metalcraft - all top names in the industry.
“This fantastic vehicle is not only an opportunity for ORBA to raise money to help fund its efforts, but it represents a serious vote of confidence in ORBA by a significant number of industry leaders,” said ORBA President and CEO Roy Denner.
A maximum of 2500 tickets will be sold for the raffle. Tickets are $100 each. The winning ticket will be drawn at the Off-Road Impact Show in Las Vegas in January 2006. Visit www.orba.biz or call 619/449-0778 for more information.
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