Scratch Build - Lola T-70 MK-3B body

#6
You bet,
This project is is a brain-storming idea I had last year to use a bunch of cast-off projects/parts I have gathered into one place for this endeavor.
I’ll be gathering all of my pic’s from the start of this now & will be posting for everyone’s enjoyment.
 
#7
You bet,
This project is is a brain-storming idea I had last year to use a bunch of cast-off projects/parts I have gathered into one place for this endeavor.
I’ll be gathering all of my pic’s from the start of this now & will be posting for everyone’s enjoyment.
 

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#8
Parked right next to the “parts car” I see! ;)
Are you running the Vette driveline sans torque tube or a different transaxle?
 
#10
I’d like to finish final fitting all the bodywork this fall so I can take the car over to some friends for rollcage install. I’m having to drop the floor another 3+inches from standard C5 corvette so I’m not bumping my head on the roof. I’m stretching the bodywork 9” aft of the doors so I have plenty of legroom now.
 
#14
I’m about a year & a half in now. I’ve spent WAY to much money gathering stuff for this one. Its actually titled as a 2000 C5 corvette plates & all. I have all the big items now, motor/transaxle/adapter/clutch/starter/C6 ZO6 brakes/5-stage dry-sump with old CanAm tank/Indy Car pedals/2-sets of headlight covers & 2-Glass windshields. Now all I have to do is make it all fit...
 
#17
Yeah, long story. I work in the Aviation industry so I have a lot of what’s required for projects like these at my disposal. Having a 200x300ft hangar makes moving things around or taking a step back to look at it easier no doubt.
I’ve since built a new shop addition at home now to have this project away from everyone’s prying eyes....
Figure it’s time to put it under wraps.
 
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