OK, it has long been a dream of my little brother to build his own Cobra. However, as a mechanic with 3 kids, it will be years before he could afford to do so on his own. Because he is an awesome mechanic, I suggested building a few for profit as a way to create the cash he needs to own his own. I have heard of this being done, but haven't spoken to anyone directly about it. This is where you guys come in. My main question is "Is this possible?". Beyond that, what is the best way to do so? And, most importantly, which kit car company should we go with? We actually put a deposit down with street beast, but from what I'm gathering, that may have been a mistake. Right now, we are focusing in on Factory Five Racing, but with Shell Valley and Hurricane producing less expensive complete kits, we're just not sure. We need all the help we can get. We are clueless as to what adds value to the final price and what should or shouldn't go in the car. Also, where do we sell it to get the highest price? So far, I've been told to take it to auctions like Barrett Jackson or list it on cobracountry.com or even take it to as many car shows as possible. Any and all input here will be greatly appreciated. I posted this same thread over at Club Cobra and got more negative than positive response. I realize that we'll only be able to make a few grand per car and there is obviously a learning curve, but because this will be a side job, not losing money is more important than making it. Got any ideas?