CitySnake said:Damn Joker! Man that's wierd! I've been stalking their site for the last month! I would love to talk with them about a race only car (not streetable). I wonder how much that would take off the price?
Absolutely love the car!
Yes, It is a blast to build. Just got it to the point where I can roll it around the garage. The build is on hold being I bought a house and have to sell my current home. I hope to continue the build in about 2 months. Since the Spec Racer Series is not in Arizona yet, it will not be stock. I was going to throw a Paxton on it but due to the reinforced tubing in the engine area it would not fit. Plans are as follows:Two Bad Snakes said:Joker,
Do you have a spec racer, I was going to build one, I have a Superformance MKIII now.
that thing sorta looks like a Ferrari P4.Vanishing Point said:The old version of this kit is what I'm building
unfortunately I purchased an old kit with many missing parts
before finding out that a more modern kit was available.
I've been working for four years now part time.
I don't know what the conversion rate is
but for around 12,000 pounds including shipping
you could get one of these kits.
There was a F1 at barrett jackson in the parking lot, That is the ultimate car with a price to match.Mark Young said:I've been eyeing these up myself. I'm torn between taking a Lotus Exige and dropping in a tuned s2000 motor, or possibly going this route with the gtr. At this point, i'm just dreaming.
One cool tidbit is that McClaren used these cars as mules for the F1.