Stan McCoy considers himself a patriot. He’s a man who loves and served his country in the Vietnam War. McCoy taught his sons Andy...
New Addition to the Shop
Andy McCoy Race Cars is pleased to announce the addition of Scott Wymore to the company. Scott joins AMRC as an experienced fabricator. Before joining Andy McCoy Race Cars, Scott worked with Jerry Bickel Race cars building chassis. Prior to that, Scott spent 9 years doing fabrication and hanging bodies for Jerry Haas Race Cars. Scott brings 14 years of extensive knowledge to Andy McCoy Race Cars
and will play a significant part in helping to further build and
promote the capabilities of Andy McCoy Race Cars.
There was lots of anticipation in the pro mod pits during the US Nationals in Indy. Scott Ray arrived Thursday ready to debut the brand new ‘53 Corvette built by Andy McCoy Race Cars. The car was completed a month ahead of schedule and only hours before Scott’s departure for the “Big Go”.
Scott Ray's 115 inch wheelbase Corvette is being completed by Andy
McCoy Race Cars. The Pro Modified features a McAmis '53 Vette carbon
fiber body. Paint will be red with gold foil lettering. The frame is
black powdercoated. ETA - Indianapolis to debut for the US Nationals.
Andy McCoy Race Cars is presently working on a revolutionary composite 1970 Plymouth Duster Pro Mod body kit. Much like McCoy's current '57 Chevy Pro Mod, the new Duster body will be a one of a kind piece of art. The body, which will be completed by the end of 2007, will take and keep the Pro Mod class where the fans love to see it, with low 6-sec nostalgic doorslammers going close to 240 mph.