i helped Mike unload it the day of his delivery.
for a tall guy that car is slung low to the ground. i climbed in one at F5R some years back. should i say i rolled in one similar to getting into a coupe. once you are in there is lots of leg room, and the feel inside is very satisfiying with the gauges, blind spots to the rear of course, windshield seems like it never ends in front of you. all in all i would imagine it is a wicked ride. building one i would think of it as adding costs like the difference of a SBC to a Hemi engine, $$$$
"Torque is the grunt
that gets us going, and Horsepower
is the force that keeps us moving"
MK3.1 #6945 her name is Buffy
p/u 04/04/09 roller 08/27/09
start-up Pearl Harbor Day 12/07/10
go-cart Memorial Day 2011
body on 11/11/11 Veterans Day
all legal except paint 02/12/12
I have been building one for the past couple years but unfortunately I spend most of last year overseas and didn't get to work on it. I am in West County and will be more than happy to show it to you. Check your PM.
FFR4020, Black w/ red stripes...SOLD
GTM delivered Mar 28th, First start Sept 7, First ride Sept 27, LS376 (480hp), New Carquip G50-20 6-speed, Kooks, isis, iForged
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