Quigley 4x4 Enters IFS Vans in Baja 1000
Race Intended To Showcase Durability of New 4x4 Conversions
In nearly four decades of offering full-size 4x4 van conversions, Quigley has established a solid reputation for durability and reliability. Up to now, most of the company's conversions consisted of solid front-axle conversions, a proven formula trusted by off-roaders the world over. But to prove the ruggedness and durability of its new LIFS independent front suspension 4x4 conversions, the Quigley is entering four vans, two Chevrolet Express 2500 vans, and two Nissan NV high-top full-size vans into the grueling Baja 1000, which officially starts this week and runs through Sunday, November 17. The main race vehicle will be a Chevrolet Express 2500 diesel, with the other Express and the Nissan serving as chase and support vehicles.
Among the drivers for Team Quigley will be vice president Todd Quigley, quality control manager Tiger LeBrun, CEO Mike Quigley, and Mike's sister Amy Grim. Other Quigley employees and family members helping out with the Baja effort are Tim Zeigler, Rich Brandy, Travis LeBrun, Stan Hitz, Faye Quigley, and Angie Quigley. Sponsoring the team this year are King Shocks, Kar-Tek, Spirit Racing, and BFGoodrich tires. Follow Quigley on its YouTube channel, and keep up with the race results on the BFGoodrich Racing web site.
2015 Chevrolet Express SpecificationsVIEW ALL
|Fair Market Price||$27,370|
|Editors' Overall Rating|
|Mileage||11 City / 16 Highway|
|Horse Power||285 hp @ 5,400 rpm|
|Torque||295 ft lb of torque @ 4,600 rpm|