DEMOLITION DERBY 
Rules and Regulations 



EVERTON 2020  STOCK RULES

 Any sedan or wagon is eligible to compete except for 73 or older Chrysler Imperials. Any parts being swapped from cars must be from the same era and must be GM to GM, Ford to Ford, and Chrysler to Chrysler.
 Body:
 A. Remove all glass, mirrors, chrome, plastic, and decking.
 B. May use 5 bolts 5/16 in size, measured with a 12 inch wrench, on each corner of the car. This will be the only thing allowed to be used to connect rusted panels together.
 C. Welding or patching of body panels will be aloud with sheet metal in rusted locations. If trunk pan has a rusted out body mount. Stock body mount must be welded back in same as factory or bolted or with #9 wire.
 D. Body bolts must remain stock. Do not touch them. May replace core support mounts with 1 inch all thread.
 May use no more than a 4’’ piece of 2x2 tube from top of frame to bottom of core support.
 E. Doors may be welded from the bottom of the window down. Doors may be chained or wired. Driver's door
 May have a door plate that is welded or bolted to the door. Door plate is mandatory if the car does not have a door bar!!
 F. Windshield bar or wire from cowl to roof that prevents the hood from coming through the windshield is mandatory.
 G. Core support can be wired to bumper in 2 spots only. Nothing in front of the radiator.
 H. No plates or washers to keep wire from ripping sheet metal.
 Hood:
 1. Must have a hole cut in each half of hood for safety, header holes are good enough.
 2. May use 10 zip screws to hold hood bracing and sheet metal together.
Trunk:
 1. May be welded 3 on 3 off. Allowed 1 piece of all thread no bigger than 1 inch.
 Frames:
 A. Four 4’’ x 6’’ plates if pre ran 6 plates if new 4 plates. 22’’ x 6’’ hump plates aloud
 B. No creasing or shortening of frames, front or rear. Example: Lincolns must leave the cross brace on the front.
 C. No tilting in any way.
 D. Frame can be notched but no pre-bending.
 Drive Train:
 A. Any engine may be used in any make car.
 B. Mounts must be stock style.
 C. Frame mounts may be welded to the cross frame only. Plate may be welded to the cross frame in Chrysler's and rear steer cars.
 D. No protectors of any kind on the engine, transmission, or rear ends. No ultra-bells of any kind. The only cradles that may be used are the ones that utilize no more than 5 bolts per half of the engine, go no higher than the header flange, do not go past the back of the heads, and do not touch the frame in any manner will be allowed. If your cradle has anything that goes under the front pulley, sway bar must be removed. Pulley protectors are allowed.
 E. Cross members must bolt into the car using no more than 2 bolts per half of car. Due to drive train swaps 1 piece of 6 inch angle iron may be welded to the frame to bolt cross member on each side.
 F. Rear ends must be stock 5 lug. No metal may be added to strengthen. Brackets may be adjusted. Cars that do not have a package tray may utilize the after-market bolt on mounts, but they must allow the suspension to move. NO WELDING!
 G. Trailing arms may be shortened or lengthened but may not be reinforced.
 H. No all thread on rear-ends.
 I. Coil springs can be welded to rear-end.
 J. Leaf spring cars must use only factory spring clamps and number of leafs.
 K. Radiators must remain in stock location. No mounts that strengthen the core support will be allowed.
 L. Electric fans are allowed.
 Driver's Compartment:
 NO CAGE INSIDE OF DOORS!!
 A. 4 point cage is allowed consisting of dash bar, 2 side bars, and a rear bar. 4 inch by 4 inch material maximum.
 B. Down legs may be welded to the side rails of the frame only.
 C. Side bars are to be no more than 6 inches behind the post of the car or door seam. 2 door cars will be measured from the back of the seat.
 D. Cage can be welded to the door post, cowl, and steering column to secure it.
 E. Gas tanks and batteries must be moved, secured, and covered.
 F. Battery holder must be bolted to sheet metal or in seat. Size of battery holder must be reasonable.
 G. Gas tank holders must be 8 inches from rear seat panel, do not beat back the metal to meet this requirement.
 10 gallon maximum.
 H. Steering Columns may be interchanged. No brackets to frame.
 I. Roll over bars are permitted. May be bolted to sheet metal above driver's head.
 J. Transmission coolers are permitted. May not strengthen car. Must bold down securely. Must be covered.
 K. Floor shifters are allowed.
 L. After market throttles are allowed, bolted to sheet metal or engine only.
 M. After market brake systems are allowed. Maximum plate size is 17 inches long by 10 inches wide. Must be bolted to sheet metal only.
 Bumpers:
 A. Any factory car bumper is permitted.
 B. Homemade bumpers are allowed with the following stipulations:
 1. Single pipe design no more than 6 inch by 6 inch.
 2. No more of a point than that of a 1974 Impala bumper and must follow the same contour.
 3. Must be rounded on the ends. No rough or jagged edges.
 C. Bumpers may be attached in any way to the end 4 inches of the frame. If the bumper attaches to the frame beyond the 4 inch mark, it must attach with all the factory mounting equipment. I.E. A ford may weld a plate to the frame on all 4 sides that go to the bumper, but can't weld the shock to the frame through the frame holes. May only use the factory bolt. GM's may weld the bumper bracket to the first 4 inches of the frame, it must be bolted after that.
 D. After market bumper shocks are allowed, but may not go past the 4 inch mark on the frame.
 E. Maximum bumper height is 20 inches. Minimum bumper height is 14 inches. On a fresh car if the bumper is less than 14 inches off the ground due to sagging springs, the springs must be changed to meet the minimum height.
 Tires and Rims:
 A. Any tire between 13 inches and 16 inches may be used.
 B. Rims must be stock, car or truck. The only alteration that will be allowed is the center may be changed.
 C. No screws in the tires.
 D. 1 inch lug nuts are allowed.
 Suspension:
 All suspension will move front and back!!
 A. Factory stock only.
 B. You may kick front springs. You may weld bolt or wire A- Arms.
 C. No strutting.
 D. Stock steering components. I.E. Tie Rods
 Pre Ran Repairs:
 A. A bent rail or clip may be replaced using the but-weld method. If replacing a clip, it must be done at the side rail or in the side rail. We will use a level to check for pitch.
 B. Roof Repair- if the area that the roof attaches to the body is rusted out, you may weld a safety strap from the center of the pillar to the quarter. Must be sheet metal. Do not cover rust.
 C. Cars may be straightened in between events. They may not be patched.

  For more information please Contact:
  Bill Garrison 765-698-4051
  Devon Nickolas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973



  Everton 2020 Gut N Go Rules 

Any front wheel drive CAR 1980 and newer. NO full frame cars or full size cars. NO mini vans.


1.All flammable material must be removed from the vehicle. Dash may stay inside of car.
All Glass must be removed from car including windshields.

2.Gas tank may be left under car as long as it is mounted in front of rear axle. If tank is moved inside of the ca it must be covered and secured in a way that it will not move or strengthen the car. Electric fuel pump (on/off) Switch must be clearly marked.

3.Driver’s door may be welded solid. All other doors may be welded 3 on 3 off. Drivers door plates are allowed

4.Trunk lid, hatch, or gate may be wired shut in 6 places. Must have a 10 inch hole in trunk lid for inspection.

5.Must run factory drive line.

6.Tires must be round and black.

7.No welding on the frame anywhere!!

8.Bumpers may be changed. 80’s or newer bumpers may be bolted or single bead of weld but Not both.

9.4 bar halo cage at maximum is allowed. (Shape of a square around the driver) A rollover bar may be extended off of the halo.

10.Suspension must remain factory. 

11.Body may be creased.

12.Must have safety strap or bar in front windshield.

13.Battery must be moved to the passenger floorboard and secured.

14.Hood may have 2 pieces of 3/4 inch all thread to hold it down in the front. They may go through the core support. ALL cars must have hood.

Pre Ran Repairs:
 If the core support is ripped into 2 pieces it may be pulled back together with a single bead of weld. If this is not possible then a piece of sheet metal attached over the rip with zip screws will be allowed.


Rules listed above are what is allowed. Do not waste time doing more to a car as it will be rejected. All decisions by the judges are final. All demo driving and safety rules apply to this class.


  Please come out and enjoy a night of fun and hard
  Hitting for more information please contact:

  Bill Garrison at 765-698-4051
  Devon Nicholas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973


   Everton 2020 Full Size Gut N Go Rules

1. Strip all flammable materials from car. Dash may stay in car
2. Gas Tank may be left in factory position as long as it is mounted in front of rear axle, please check factory straps for security. Gas tank may be moved to back seat area. If mounted to cage must be a minimum of a 4- inch gap to any surrounding sheet metal. Must be SECURELY mounted & covered. No bungee cords as tie downs!! Safety first!!
3. Electrical fuel pump (On/Off) switch must be clearly marked.
4. Driver’s door must be painted white & may be wired, chained or welded solid. All other doors welded (3 spots on vertical door seam, 3” square plates), or chained or wired in 3 spots only. You MUST have a door plate if you do not have a cage. You may wire top of doors. One spot per door/window 3 wraps max.
5. Trunk lid, hatch, gate & hood may be wired shut in 6 places. 2 spots only on front of hood 2 pieces of 3/4 all thread and not in front of radiator. No wiring to pillars or top of car. 10" hole in hood and trunk for inspection. Creasing rear quarter panels allowed.
6. Tires must be round and black
7. Must run factory drive line
8. Bumpers: Factory car bumper or you can change bumper to any 1980 and newer stock automobile CAR bumper, they must bolted on in factory location or welded on with a single bead of weld. You may wire bumper to frame in 2 places. No homemade, loaded or Chrysler pointy bumpers allowed. Only single seamed weld bumpers to factory mounts. You may weld a plate to the bumper as long as the plate bolts to factory bumper frame mount on car. Bumper may be no wider than the width of front tires. NO shortening of frame to mount bumpers. Do not alter factory frames.
9. Cage: 4 bar floating cage allowed around driver’s compartment. No bigger than 4” x 4” square tube. Side bars no farther back than 6” behind driver’s seat. down legs are allowed only to floor pans can not be welded to frame. Roll over bar may extend off of halo cage. If you don’t have a cage, then a door plate/bar is mandatory.
10. Factory suspension, no changes allowed, MUST bounce!
11. Front windshield must have bar, chain or wire to prevent hood from entering driver’s area. From windshield to firewall/dash cowl only.
12. Battery must be moved to front floorboard area securely mounted and covered.
13. Completely remove all air bag assemblies. No paint or spray foam allowed on frame.
14. Absolutely no spray foam around radiator or on car.
15. Bumpers may be changed. 80’s or newer bumpers may be bolted or single bead of weld but Not both.

If rules don’t say you can then you can’t. This is a beginner class intended for fun. Doing more to your car will be subject to disqualification. Inspector’s decisions are final.

  For more information please Contact:
  Bill Garrison 765-698-4051
  Devon Nickolas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973


​  Everton 2020 Departmental FWD Gut N Go Rules 

Any front wheel drive CAR 1980 and newer. NO full frame cars or full size cars. NO mini vans.


1.All flammable material must be removed from the vehicle. Dash may stay inside of car.
All Glass must be removed from car including windshields.

2.Gas tank may be left under car as long as it is mounted in front of rear axle. If tank is moved inside of the ca it must be covered and secured in a way that it will not move or strengthen the car. Electric fuel pump (on/off) Switch must be clearly marked.

3.Driver’s door may be welded solid. All other doors may be welded 3 on 3 off. Drivers door plates are allowed

4.Trunk lid, hatch, or gate may be wired shut in 6 places. Must have a 10 inch hole in trunk lid for inspection.

5.Must run factory drive line.

6.Tires must be round and black.

7.No welding on the frame anywhere!!

8.Bumpers may be changed. 80’s or newer bumpers may be bolted or single bead of weld but Not both.

9.4 bar halo cage at maximum is allowed. (Shape of a square around the driver) A rollover bar may be extended off of the halo.

10.Suspension must remain factory. 

11.Body may be creased.

12.Must have safety strap or bar in front windshield.

13.Battery must be moved to the passenger floorboard and secured.

14.Hood may have 2 pieces of 3/4 inch all thread to hold it down in the front. They may go through the core support. ALL cars must have hood.

Pre Ran Repairs:
 If the core support is ripped into 2 pieces it may be pulled back together with a single bead of weld. If this is not possible then a piece of sheet metal attached over the rip with zip screws will be allowed.


Rules listed above are what is allowed. Do not waste time doing more to a car as it will be rejected. All decisions by the judges are final. All demo driving and safety rules apply to this class.


  Please come out and enjoy a night of fun and hard
  Hitting for more information please contact:

  Bill Garrison at 765-698-4051
  Devon Nicholas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973


​  EVERTON 2020 POWER WHEELS DEMO!

   AGES 5 TO 12 YEARS OLD. RULES AS FOLLOWS: 
1. ALL REGULAR POWER WHEELS ARE ALLOWED. 4-WHEELER TYPE OF VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED (Must Have Sides). YOUR CHILD'S BODY MUST BE IN A COMPARTMENT (Must Have Sides). 
2. KIDS 5-12 MAY PARTICIPATE. THERE MAY BE TWO AGE GROUPS DEPENDING ON HOW MANY KIDS WE
 HAVE REGISTERED. 
3. KIDS MUST WEAR A HELMET.
 4. THE POWER WHEEL IS ALLOWED TO HAVE UP TO A 12 VOLT LAWN MOWER BATTERY. THE BATTERY CANNOT BE MOUNTED IN THE PASSENGER SEAT AND THE BATTERY MUST BE SEALED AND SECURED AWAY FROM THE CHILD.
 5. ALL DOORS AND TAILGATES MUST BE STRAPPED SHUT. NO SHARP EDGES ALLOWED. USE DUCK TAPE OR ZIP TIES OR OTHER FLEXIBLE PRODUCTS TO MAKE DOORS AND TAILGATES STAY SHUT. 
6. POWER WHEEL TIRES MAY BE COVERED IN DUCT TAPE TO PREVENT THEM FROM BREAKING. 
7. POWER WHEELS MOTOR MUST REMAIN STOCK. THE ONLY MODIFICATION YOU MAY USE THAT IS
 ALLOWED IS USING A LAWN MOWER BATTERY. 
8. YOU MAY HAVE DECORATIONS ON THE POWER WHEEL, BUT THOSE DECORATIONS CANNOT BE MADE TO REINFORCE THE POWER WHEEL. CHANGES OR ADDITIONS MUST BE DECORATIVE ONLY. EXAMPLE: PAINTING THE CAR, VINYL GRAPHICS, AND HEADER PIPES STICKING UP.
 9. PLEASE REMEMBER AT ALL TIMES THAT THIS IS FOR THE KIDS! DON'T MODIFY THE POWER WHEEL IN A WAY THAT WOULD CAUSE YOUR CHILD TO NOT BE IN THE DERBY. YOUR CHILD WOULD BE DISAPPOINTED IF HE OR SHE COULD NOT RUN!

  For more information please Contact:
  Bill Garrison at 765-698-4051
  Devon Nickolas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973

​ EVERTON 2020 Mini Mods RULES
General: RWD Cars no more than 106“wheelbase & FWD Cars no more than 109“ wheelbase. 
No full frame cars. 
1.If it doesn't say you can, don't do it.
2. Cars must be stock unless modification is stated in the rules.
3. No painting of the frames. Judges decisions are final.
4. All cars are subject to reinspection at any time before, during, or after the event no refunds on illegal cars.
5. We have the right to re-inspect, cut, or drill any car at any time.
6. If you are caught breaking the rules set here forth you will forfeit any and all winnings and or prizes you are due. 
2. All glass, plastic, and interior must be removed before arriving to the event. Cars must be stock unless modifications stated in rules. We have the right to re-inspect, drill, or cut any car at any time. If you stretch a rule you will lose that rule.
 3. At least a 12” x 12” Roof Sign is Mandatory.
 4. Helmet, Seat Belt must be worn at all times on the track.
 Body:
 1. Doors may be welded all the way around on outside of body only with ¼: x 3” wide strapping no excessive overlapping of strapping is permitted.
 2. Deck lids and tailgates may be welded with a 5” on 5” off rule using ¼” x 3” wide pieces of steel or 9 wired or banding in 8 spots. Deck lids and tailgates must be in original location deck lids may be folded down in the trunk, trunk lids may be dipped along with speaker deck. Speaker deck can be removed, but trunk lid can only be welded to quarter panels and taillight assembly only nothing may be welded inside of trunk. Deck lids must be factory for make and model of car. 
3. Hood may be 9 wired in 8 places or bolted in 6 places bolts may be 5/8” in dia. front 2 body mounts may extend through core support and used as front 2 of the 6 hood bolts 1” all thread max you cannot sleeve the all thread with anything from bottom of core support and above. A 12” hole minimum must be in the hood.
 4. No interior body seam welding will be permitted. Doors can be welded on outside of body only. On pre-ran cars the doors may be repaired back to stock. Rust repair is limited to floorboards and roofs only. 
5. you may have a window bar or wire in windshield and rear window if using metal, it can be no thicker than 3/8" and no wider than 3" you may use 2 x 2 pipe. Not solid. These may not touch the rollover bar. They can be welded to roof and firewall no more than 6" from the window area. And welded to the floor directly above rear axle the rear window bar cannot be attached to anything else except for roof of car and floor pan and welded 6"at the rear window on roof and 6” on floor pan.
 6. Hoods must be open for inspection. Must have a 12" x 12" hole over carburetor. Compacts 2020 
7. Cars may not be smashed flat if cars are tucked the rear quarter panels must stay at the factory height deck lids must be in factory location (above rain channels).
 8. You can add a piece of angle (4" x 4" x ¼"max.) to top of the core support but can be no longer than 1" wider than the radiator no other metal permitted on core support. No other metal permitted to be welded to core support.
 9. Original gas tank must be removed and replaced with a boat-type tank or fuel cell. Moved inside of car behind driver’s seat but no further back than rear axle. No stock fuel tanks permitted inside of car. 
10. Batteries must be moved to passenger side floorboard and securely fastened.
 CAGE
 1. You may have a 4-point cage surrounding the drivers compartment with a roll over bar. Bars 6" diam. Max must be sheet metal to sheet metal only. Dash bar must be 5” away from all sheet metal, the bar behind the seat can sit no further back than 12” from rear of driver’s seat and must be at least 5" off the floor measured from the highest part of the floor/ driveshaft tunnel. You may use a rollover bar from front side of roll bar across the roof down to dash bar this may not connect to sheet metal. Door bars may be no farther forward than the firewall and extend into rear doors on 4 door cars they must stop 2” from back of door on 2 door cars they must stop 3” from rear wheel well on the body the rear of these bars must be free floating and may not attach to body.
 2. No angling of roll over bars permitted.
 3. You may have gussets in cage at the corners. They must be within 6” of corners of bars only no other gussets will be permitted.
 4. You may use 2 down legs to the frame from the rear bar down to frame these must run straight down no angling of the down legs permitted.
 5. You may use a floating gas tank protector that comes off the back bar but it cannot be wider than 24" The gas tank protector or holder may go all the way back to the sheet metal. The gas tank protector must stop at the sheet metal in front of rear axle and rear seat meet.
 6. A center bar from rear seat bar to dash bar is permitted. You may use a bar from the roll over bar on roof across the front roof down to dash bar. Door bars may not extend farther forward than the firewall. 
FRAME
 1. Trailer hitches and braces must be removed. No plating, pinning, heat treating, stuffing the frame of any kind. Do not paint frame? No welds on frame or K member may exceed a single pass no weave passes or building the weld up will be permitted.
 2. No frame creasing or hammering permitted. You can notch or crease rear frame this is to help rear of car roll not to strengthen the frame. Frame welding is limited to front and rear bumper areas. you may do one of the following not both 1 you can weld 1 seam per side on body from firewall forward or 1 seam per side on k member with no metal added. Front frame may be shortened to front side of core support. Core support must remain in stock location.
 3. If a frame section needs to be replaced or repaired (rust) you must call first. On pre-ran cars if the frame is shortened in the rear and bumper replaced the bumper shocks may not be located closer than 6" from hump plate.
 4. Angles for cross member can't be longer than 5" and must be within 12" from factory location.
 5. for coil sprung cars you may use a hump plate they may be ¼" x 6" x 16" centered in the hump they will be measured from the top center of the hump and must start no lower than the center of the frame. Hump plate must be at least 2" from rear end housing. On leaf spring cars you may use a ¼" x 6" x 10" hump plate to be measured the same way. These hump plates may contour the frame or run straight a 
6. You may clip pre-ran cars with a single butt weld with no metal added must use same make and model of frame all factory holes in frame must remain open no welding these holes shut permitted. To clip a car, you must call to get approval. cross hump. Hump plate must remain flat plate no bending of this over the top or bottom of frame. 
7. Front mounting points on K members may be welded to body of car no more than a 3” welded area per side permitted they may be bolted solid. 8. Sway bar and bracket may be welded to the frame this must be in stock location and must only be welded to bottom of frame. 
BUMPERS
 1. Homemade bumpers are permitted they must be no bigger than 8 ½ “at any point no sharp or excessive points will be permitted, this will be measured with a fixture bumpers larger will not run no exceptions. There will not be a tolerance for the 8 1/2 “measurement. If using a factory bumper it may be loaded or stuffed full.
 2. Bumpers may be no lower than 14” and no higher than 20” to bottom of bumper this will be strictly enforced. Bumper seams may be welded metal may be added to bumper this must be done on the inside of the bumper front bumper only. Rear bumper may be seam welded no metal may be added to rear bumper.
 3. Bumper shocks and bumper brackets may be welded to the frame. Bumper brackets and or shocks must be no longer than 12” in length and welded to inside or outside of frame if welded to outside of frame they must be on the side towards the outside of car. They will be measured from back side of bumper back. You can hard nose the front bumper you may use a 2” x 6” x ¼” plate to weld bumper the frame 2 per mounting point these plates must be on side of frame not permitted on top or bottom of frame. You may weld shock to frame factory bumper shocks can only be 12” from end of frame and may not be moved back on frame.
 ENGINE / TRANSMISSION
 1. No chains on engine permitted solid or aftermarket mounts are ok. 
2. 4 & 6 Cyl. Engines only. Distributor protectors are allowed, nothing that attaches to engine can be wider than the stacks i.e. dist. protector, engine cradles etc. or be used to strengthen cars.
 3. Oil pan and transmission pan may be plated the plate used may be only 1” wider than the pan they are welded to they may not connect in any way.
 4. No steel bell housings allowed.
 5. You may use a transmission brace these may not strengthen car in any way and must be approved by Smash it.
 SUSPENSION
 1. You may modify tie rods. Valve stem protectors are permitted. A-arms must remain in stock configuration. Any tire permitted. Rear trailing arms may be home made no bigger than 2 x 2 square tubing or pipe. 
2. Upper a-arms may be welded down with a ¼" x 2" x 2" piece of steel on front and back side of upper aarm and you may plug weld the center of the a-arm. Lower a-arms may not be welded. Cars do not have to bounce. Solid suspension is allowed. Coil springs in rear may be welded wired or chained to rear end. 
3. Rear end protectors may be used but may not be used to strengthen car in any way. Leaf spring cars may replace broken springs with factory ¼ “leaf springs only. No more than 5 springs allowed and must have a 2" stagger and mounted in factory location you cannot change coil spring to leaf spring set ups
. 4. Idler arm must be bolted factory to frame no bolts will be permitted all the way through the frame. Sway bar may be welded to bottom of frame in the factory location you may use a 1 ½ " x 4” bracket or a 2" square tubing or pipe to weld to sway bar to attach to frame. You cannot move the sway bar they must mount in factory location.
 5. On front wheel drive cars, you may reinforce the rear axle assembly with 2” x 2” square tubing, 2” angle or 2” wide flat plate this may not in any way reinforce the body of the car nothing bigger than 2” X 2” may be used. And the 2” X 2“can attach to rear hubs..
   
   

For more information please Contact:
  Bill Garrison 765-698-4051
  Devon Nickolas at 317-512-2903
  John Staples at 765-698-8973

   









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