Using the knowledge from the past builds, he was able to put together a winning parts list that will hopefully perform to Tim’s expectations.
The chassis is made from .120 wall DOM, and .188 DOM tubing in places that will likely get beat, like the belly/skid, rockers, B pillar, etc.
Participants are reminded at the drivers’ meeting on the morning of the event that no drinking of alcohol is allowed until after they’ve finished their last run of the day.This is a restatement of a written regulation in the 2014 rulebook, which is actually more like a rule page, and though this warning is at the bottom of the page, it’s marked with three asterisks.One guy runs a Chattanooga, Tennessee–based custom-countertop business.Another owns a heating/cooling and sewer operation near Kansas City.He has been looking for the perfect combination of parts/chassis in a series of trial and error attempts most of us wish we could afford.
He affectionately and creatively named all his rigs, Jenny Craig, Moon Rover, Green Goblin, and Hell Raiser.
After years of building and selling, and quite honestly populating the SE with some sick rigs, he finally has what he has been working towards.
Tim’s latest rig, deemed “Show Time”, is a one-off Smith Motorsports chassis.
With the help of some friends he took a 1-ton Jeep CJ and built a cage, four-links front and rear, and coilovers.
After a few years he met Bryan Cole of Cole Worx at Hotsprings, AR, and a deal was made to build what is now known as the legendary “Fat Girl”.
[ PHOTO GALLERY ] Tim Cameron is a name most off-road enthusiasts know around the south east, and thanks to Youtube and Pirate4x4, it is a name many people know around the world.