Tim Cordle
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  • Winter Park, Florida
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What do you like to do (e.g. vintage race with...)?
1972 Fiat 124 Spider-Vintage racer
1966 Jag E type-upcoming vintage racer
1984 Alfa Romeo Spyder Veloce
2001 Land Rover-Disco (daily driver)
1973 Triumph Stag
1202 Fairway Drive

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At 11:34am on April 11, 2011, Robert Demetrius said…

Hi Tim.You did a great job running vintage and GT3 at PBIR. Can't wait for the debut of your vintage 911


At 11:11am on March 16, 2009, Christopher Minks RetroMoto Racing said…
Tim - Chris from NJ here. I too race a fiat (an Abarth Assetto Corsa 695 with the VSCCA) but have a love of and own a couple of Alfas. The ignition switch in your 80's spider should be the same as my 74. Check out this link and you shouldn't have a problem replacing it. I think International Auto has the ignitions in stock right now. I just did a replacement for a friend's 77 spider and we bought the new one from IA for like $120 or so. Also consider replacing your ignition relay (that it on the Alfa BB also and you can get there from this link. Good luck and let me know if you have any problems. Chris the Link is:

At 6:16pm on November 21, 2008, Ralph Veit said…
Tim, I may try to run Laguna Seca with the SCCA in their spring Historic event, if the price of diesel stays affordable, and the dates don't fall on the RMVR drivers schools dates. I notice you drive a nice looking Italian car. Ralph
At 10:42am on November 13, 2008, Ralph Veit said…
Tim, I have race Laguna Seca a couple of years ago with SCCA, but most of my racing is in the Colorado area with RMVR.I have raced at Miller in Utah, and once at Hastings Nebraska, a few years ago raced a Hill Climb in Washington.
This year I have only raced twice, do to a back surgery, but plan to race the full 2009 season. Love racing my 1957 Alfa. Ralph
At 5:38pm on November 12, 2008, Joseph DeGasperis said…
Great to hear driver had a blast and car survived. I like the HSR events very much. I have gor to the June event at the Glenn two years in a row and have really enjoyed the racing and how they run their events. Not quite ready as I have never done a race school and be able to be signed off for a liscence. That is my goal in the next couple of years as I head towards retirement. Plan as many "non race" track events in 2009.
At 8:36am on September 25, 2008, Joseph DeGasperis said…
Tim C
Intake scoops were created with a single cut across the blister from a cutoff wheel, a hammer and dolly a a bit of bondo.
The louvers are a prefab part from Eastwood. Again a cutoff wheel, tack welded the louver in place and a bit of bondo. More work to tidy up the underside hood supports and to reinforce the hood were the support was cut away. IDF's with fairly tall ram pipes clear well with the hood closed.
At 4:30pm on September 15, 2008, Robert Demetrius said…
Hi Tim:

I had a ok weekend in August at Sebring, despite the rain. I used the weekend to gain confidence. The two events before at Sebring were cut short by, flat tire, engine missing past 3K RPM, gear shifter not finding 4th gear in the 5th to 4th change and all sorts of "Gremlins". But I look forward to racing at the new track in Starke, FL. Go to "Gorally.com" for more info. I hope to be at the new Moroso in November.
At 2:32pm on September 2, 2008, Stephen Page said…
Dear Tim
Welcome to MyVRL.
Please post more photos, join the Jaguar, Alfa Romeo and Land Rover Groups and invite your friends to join.
All the best - Stephen

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