Not really sure where to post this but most of you know me from the SRT street serpent package I designed a few years ago. I bit the bullet and decided to design my own mid engine GT exotic. It's unveiled at the North American International Auto show on Tuesday Morning. Here's a look. Hope you like it.
That's fucking pretty, man! I think you were toying with this idea 2 years ago when the VCA had their meeting up in Detroit but didn't have any eye candy at that time. It looks great!
Any idea on a price point? And this is merely a suggestion...you should run it at the Mile (mostly because there is no fucking way I'm going to cold-ass Detroit in the winter) but ALSO because I'm a man of the people and think the Mile regulars would love to see it. Plus, it can't hurt to show your new toy to dudes with deep pockets...
"Listen here, you beautiful bitch; I'm 'bout to fuck you up with some truth."
Have you thought about making custom wheels for the Falcon like some of the big ticket street rodders? I'm using Chip Foose as an example prior to his opening up his own line of wheels.
The car is simply amazing and needs to come to Chicago's North American Auto Show. We have over 1 Million visitors to the show annually.
Best of luck to you on this very awesome car!
I agree on the wheel comment. I dont particularly care for the wheels that are on it or the steering wheel, but everything else is hot. I especially like the front and rear views and that interior is sweet.
I like the steering wheel, it is unique and aggresive. I dont know how practical it would be on a track if you were driving it hard?
I agree on the wheels though, they are not up to par for that vehicle. I think an aggresive/exotic looking wheel with a finish that you would see on a stock wheel. The reason I say that is you want a good looking wheel but you dont want it to draw attention away from the car itself.
Overall, this is a sick car you have built. You have tied the best from Lambo, Ferrari, and others into this with a new edge flash. From what I see right now if this car was to go into production and have the quality of a manufactured car, and not a kit car, they will sell like hotcakes.
I have never liked indepedant cars like this, I love this one!!
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