Thursday, January 31, 2013

Featured Sight of Interest - Arrington Engines

GOT HEMI?
Arrington Performance is a must-see for any NASCAR fan!
Arrington Engines is just 24 miles from The Claiborne House in nearby Martinsville Virginia, which also happens to be the home to the famous "Paper Clip" Martinsville Speedway, one of the original NASCAR tracks in the USA.

Arrington Engines was established by Joey Arrington, son of legendary race driver Buddy Arrington, to build high-performance cars for professional NASCAR and NHRA race teams. The most demanding drivers have turned to us, including Penske, Petty, and Ganassi. We are also experts at custom street rod work. Arrington is continuously introducing innovative new applications for muscle cars, classics and hot rods. The company operates from a 103,000 sq. foot facility that houses the finest race engine development, manufacturing and testing program in the business

Arrington Engines - 67 Motorsports Drive, Martinsville, VA 24112 (866) 844-1245
Buddy Arrington in car 67 at Pocono in 1984
It all began back in the '60s with Buddy Arrington and Car #67. Buddy was an independent NASCAR owner/driver who competed in the Winston Cup series for 25 years, before it became the Nextel Cup.  Learn more about Buddy Arrington here.

Arrington Performance, a key Research and Development arm of Dodge Motorsports, operates out of a 105,000 sq. foot facility in Martinsville. They initially started building high-performance cars for professional NASCAR and NHRA race teams. Over the years, Arrington have done that plus so much more.

The facility houses the finest race engine development, manufacturing and testing program in the racing business. Because many race drivers loved the HEMI engines and custom performance parts of their racing cars, they called Arrington Engines to the table and put them in charge of their personal car needs as well.

Before your next trip to town, give us a call to take advantage of our facility tour. See how we became the known and trusted name in racing. Meet the team of race-seasoned engine builders, tuners, machinists and dyno operators

Facility tours click here. *Disclaimer - as always, this innformation is provided for your travel planning, be sure to check the website and call ahead to find out hours of operation.

Directions from The Claiborne House to Arrington Engines:
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