I think that there's a market for a covered single-seater suitable for limited road use, although it's probably a little more price-sensitive.That is where I would drive one
Me, too...or at least where I'd WANT to drive it!That is where I would drive one
I always said that if I ever built an SLC I would have Fran put in a roll-cage to discourage passengers from trying to get into the passenger's seat, might even leave the seat out and perhaps install an "anchor assembly" to hold an ice chest for refreshments or luggage in case a long trip was in order. I have no interest in having a passenger in a performance oriented automobile, and particularly not a significant other...my experience has been that spirited driving is SO MUCH more enjoyable without all that impassioned crying and pleading emanating from the passenger's seat :stunned:I guess I'm just confused as to why a person would want a mega powered single seat race car on the street. Of course, if you take "said" car to the track, then it's understandable.
Couldn't that be addressed with some shocks with lifts? My GT40 is going to have about 2" at normal ride height but can come up to 3 1/2" when I need it to. Cruising that thing down the interstate or up a nice canyon would be a blast.Doug
its NOT a street car...the ground clearance is near ZERO and its not being sold with an MSO..same format as the SCCA Enterprises Spec racers and Legends cars