Thanks, Udo. It took a long time to build but I can honestly say that I learned a lot during the build. I met one young fellow, Tristan, at that show who spent quite a bit of time carefully inspecting my car. He told me that he was just starting to build a car himself and was interested in how I had done it.Hey Neil, Anyone can go out and buy a Ferrari or a Rolls. But not everyone can build a car like you've done. That's what makes it special.
I too, would have been hanging around your car, without much interest in the other cars around you. You should be proud.
JK; Thank you for posting this video. I'll be following this development as it goes along. The red Mirage body in this video is probably the one I sold Charlie Strickland early last year. He said at that time he was thinking about continuing what Manta Cars had started back in 1973. Not as early as the GT40 but .... Charlie went to Bonneville with me last September and we had plans to do it again next month but Speed Week and the World of Speed were both cancelled due to 10" of water on the salt bed. World Finals in October is probably not going to happen, either. I'll make a few suggestions to Charlie about the Mirage. His current chassis looks like a good deal for only $11k.Neil,
Thought you would enjoy this series, 1st episode of a new Mirage with twin turbo LS power plant.