Doc's SLC

Doc Kaler

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#1
It is with great angst that I have decided to sell my SLC prior to completion. My work commitments (I provide emergency radiology for 14 states) and family commitments have absorbed all of my "free time" . If you come across someone who would like to complete a track-based SLC would you pass the contact along to me?

  • track tail
  • CF front splitter
  • CF front fender vents
  • CF NACA rear wing
  • CF rear window vents, no rear window
  • full roll-cage/side cage
  • Lexan windscrean
  • side splitters
  • no lights installed but ISIS wiring routed
  • drivers side external battery cut-off in side scoop (not wired yet)
  • doors hinged, no struts installed. Latches installed but no door pins yet
  • front and rear decks latched, rear wing hinged
  • LS7 balanced at factory and again at Machineworks: Ported, Jesel roller rockers and full Ti valve guides, springs, valves, etc., C6R profile camshaft & timing chain, AR stage-2 dry sump setup, Peterson oil tank, Setrab engine and gearbox coolers with T-stats, oil vent tank, steam vent AN braided hoses, 104mm intake manifold with AN fuel logs, 65 psi injectors, 105mm DBW throttle body with Granetelli AFM, black AN braided oil hoses, SS AN braided fuel hoses. engine harness redone for mid-engine configuration, water expansion tank driver's side, SS custom headers-rear outlet (no exhaust extensions yet), remote oil filter, 1000GPM fuel pump, filters, swirl pot, etc. all AN SS hoses for fuel, Harmon Racing fuel cell with sender, gold foil backing for fuel cell, rear bulkhead & upper square tubing, engine wiring routed to cockpit, sensor wiring routed (oil cooler wiring not completed), water hoses not connected to engine yet, CF high profile valve covers to clear high ratio roller rockers, remote coil mounts. no oil yet
  • Ricardo transaxle, oil cooler hoses not installed, slave hydraulic hose not installed, control cables go to mounted Ford Racing GT40 shifter. backup/speed control plugs done, case of Ford Ricardo oil, starter wiring installed. ARP half-shaft locking bolts safety wired
  • RaceLogic Traction Control wired with variable control box, senders mounted front and rear, manuals
  • Penske 8300 coilovers and heavy track use coils
  • Fireboy fire control system for engine and cockpit routed
  • Brembo brake SLC upgrade, lines per factory to Wilwood reservoirs, first iteration SLC pedal assembly converted to DBW, with brake bias cockpit control knob, needs brake light switch, no fluid yet
  • Titanium colored wheels SLC with Continental full slicks, ARP studs, tall Ti lug nuts
  • several steering wheels to choose from ( one with two control buttons)
  • custom CAN wiring harness from GMPP fuse box to cockpit (for CAN display dash connection)
  • TIG welded side pod coolant pipes/insulated
  • AC unit installed in dash, no pipes or air ducts connected, wiring mostly completed
  • RLC Data Logging Dash, with CAN connection, additional analog/digital channels, GPS, Camera connection, WiFi data output to pit control, with manuals, etc. Dash not mounted yet.
  • custom Porsche GT style seats with removable seat inserts for helmet clearance verses road use
  • Sabelt 6 point driver/passenger harnesses installed
  • braile battery installed
  • SLC provided radiator and fans installed
  • front brake caliper cooling shrouds installed
  • windshield wiper motor installed
  • ISIS modules and harnesses installed
  • full interior panels, SLC seats, Lexan side vented windows, Lexan headlight covers, dash not installed, tail lights/head lights not installed
  • I have a MAST ECU (with DBW), manuals and harness unused
  • I have the original SLC provided digital dash/GPS unused
  • Molleur rear hood scoop not installed
  • CF front canard set not installed
  • rear quarter belly pans riveted in place, have a rear center under engine pan cut to size but not installed
  • extra braided hose, AN fittings, all SLC specific items will go
  • SLC builders manual, many documents/receipts/contact info etc. All of my relevant photos/files will be downloaded for purchaser.
  • Included: Sloan KwikLoad open trailer with Ramsey winch (have loaded a track Viper and the SLC without problems
I'm sure I've left out something......I can send state of the build photos when time comes. Suggested asking price: $75K
I have more photos....these are just to give you an idea of build status.
 

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Brian Kissel

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#2
Sorry to hear you are selling Doc. That is a lot of car for the money. I'm sure it won't last long. Good luck with the sale.

Regards Brian
 
#4
Damn Doc, Sorry to read that.
That car has more miles on it than any SLC without actually being driven under it's own power. How many times has it moved with you over the years? :(
 

Doc Kaler

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#5
About 4000 miles Rob! Alex, so true.....but glad to see you and the other Originals are getting to enjoy their SLCs. Brian, I don't even want to think about how much $$$ put into it.
 

Doc Kaler

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#8
Del,
I have considered it, but we just closed on a new home and will be moving soon. AND, just picked up another state medical license to add to the pile. So time, money, etc. will be tightly controlled for a while.....I think it's better to let someone with more personal time get a good deal and carry on with the build. BTW, Mike Malone of Machinworks has built some strong LS7s and his engines have won on those street drag TV shows in the past. We consulted with Jesel, Armstrong and Katech during the build so I'm confident the engine will produce plenty of power...The SLC is "dry", no fluids in radiator, hydraulics, engine or transaxle. Allen does a great job though....
 
#9
Del,
I have considered it, but we just closed on a new home and will be moving soon. AND, just picked up another state medical license to add to the pile. So time, money, etc. will be tightly controlled for a while.....I think it's better to let someone with more personal time get a good deal and carry on with the build. BTW, Mike Malone of Machinworks has built some strong LS7s and his engines have won on those street drag TV shows in the past. We consulted with Jesel, Armstrong and Katech during the build so I'm confident the engine will produce plenty of power...The SLC is "dry", no fluids in radiator, hydraulics, engine or transaxle. Allen does a great job though....
Definitely can understand that, figured I'd throw it out there since I didn't consider it until about a year later and gave him a call. Good luck with the sale, definitely a good price.
 
#10
Definitely can understand that, figured I'd throw it out there since I didn't consider it until about a year later and gave him a call. Good luck with the sale, definitely a good price.
Hi Del, is Allan finishing up your SL-C or are you back working on it?I visited his shop, he is building a GT-R for a friend of mine. I was lucky enough to see one of his LT4 builds, the red car before it was shipped. His work is impeccable.
 
#11
Hi Del, is Allan finishing up your SL-C or are you back working on it?I visited his shop, he is building a GT-R for a friend of mine. I was lucky enough to see one of his LT4 builds, the red car before it was shipped. His work is impeccable.
Yes sir he's finishing my SLC. I say finishing, but basically building it all. I randomly hit him up in March and felt it was a good move for me to send it to him, little did I know I'd find out a month later I would be having a kid so timing for sending it to him was too perfect. I got to see Granville's car in person not long after and saying his work is top notch is an understatement. If you were there over past few months, mine was the white one with 2 completely different shades of bronze. I wished I could have made a trip up there to visit while mine is being done.
 
#12
Yes sir he's finishing my SLC. I say finishing, but basically building it all. I randomly hit him up in March and felt it was a good move for me to send it to him, little did I know I'd find out a month later I would be having a kid so timing for sending it to him was too perfect. I got to see Granville's car in person not long after and saying his work is top notch is an understatement. If you were there over past few months, mine was the white one with 2 completely different shades of bronze. I wished I could have made a trip up there to visit while mine is being done.
I must have missed seeing your car by a week or so, but yes I was so impressed at his LT4 build. To me it exceeded an OEM car. Fit and finish was superb.
 
#13
Definitely can understand that, figured I'd throw it out there since I didn't consider it until about a year later and gave him a call. Good luck with the sale, definitely a good price.
Hello, Im still pretty new to the forums and even though i would love to buy this, I just can't afford it right now. You all mentioned Allen...who is he? Is he a builder for SLC's? Is there more than one builder?
 
#15
Hi, new member here referred to the forum by Cam, I was interested in purchasing a slc to build to a very similar spec to which you have in offer here.

Is the car for sale still?
 

Doc Kaler

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#19
Dam. That is a killer deal. So hard to find one used. This is making me think. Order one. Or buy this and send to Allan for completion for street use. Dam. What a decision.
Hello Mario,
Allan does a great job. This could be converted for the street. It would need a DOT windscreen since mine is Lexan. I do have all the interior panels, etc. it has a full roll cage so you may/may not want to use it for the street.
 
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