Bill I built and own one of their gen2 Daytona Coupes. Even as a first build I found it very straightforward and easy to modify to suit personall tastes. Here is alink to my build blog. Always happy to answer any questions.
Funny you should say that Randy I remember some info on the other forum about that. They had purchased one and ultimately decided they couldn't achieve the high standard they wanted using the GTM. Also if anyone has amazon prime Hammond rolls one over and destroys one in a hill climb
Really great to see a post from you Bill. I often wondered how you were doing but then life got busy and I neglected to pick up the phone. Hope you and your wife are both enjoying retirement. Let me know if my 50 year old hands can be of assistance
For comparison summer running AC and cruising at 65-70 I could get 90 miles on a charge. It was good at what it was designed for and had a surprising amount of space inside. Being an enthusiast though it didn't move me at all I felt like I was driving an appliance like a toaster
Randy I leased a Nissan Leaf for two years. My commute to the office was only 11 miles which it was fine at. In the time I had it I required 2 shop visits forcdefective AC parts but that could have been any car. The biggest challenge I found was range in the winter months which in Atlanta are...
I think the key after reading the article is expectations. Unlike most of us this individual paid someone to build them a kit where most of us find the build and creative process to be part of the joy. Writing a check for a completed product comes will a whole other host of expectations
Agreed we actually spent an entire day in the village. To see the actual shop where the Wright flier was built and the actual tools was awesome then you add to that Edisons Menlow park lab and the homes of Robert Frost and Noah Webster it becomes a one stop shop of history.
My wife had a conference to attend in Chicago so we decided to pack up the kids and make a little detour to Dearborn. If you have never experienced the Henry Ford Museum it is well worth a visit. The artifacts run the gamut from steam engines to the chair president Lincoln was seated in when he...