No doubt the cars featured on the Discovery Channel’s reality hit “Street Outlaws” have come a long way from the days of being street-driven hot rods — a fact that often draws considerable criticism from viewers — but it is nevertheless the response to progress in the street and no-prep racing world. You either step up or you step out, and if you choose the former, you have to be willing to invest in a machine that is a state-of-the-art in every regard.
“Daddy Dave” Comstock recognized that need as he relentlessly pressed his “Goliath” Chevy II into battle against certifiable Pro Modified-style machines. This offseason, Comstock molded his ride into a firearm fit for today’s gun-fights, delivering his famed car to Bob Tynan at Tynan Race Cars in Missouri. There, the chassis was upgraded to double framerail for the ultimate in rigidity and structural integrity, the 4-link was updated for added adjustability, a new nose crafted, the ride height lowered significantly, and more. In his never-ending quest to find the best and most reliable bullet for the street, he has also switched back to the ProCharger combination for the second time; Comstock purchased a complete Pro Line Racing Hemi from Pro Modified racer Randy Weatherford, with a ProCharger F-3X-140 out front, that has previously covered the 1/8-mile in 3.59-seconds.
Dave joined “The Boosted Show”, hosted by fellow “Street Outlaws” star Chris Hamilton, to cover the myriad upgrades to his Goliath for the coming season of No Prep Kings and his other street racing exploits.