Couldn't kit cars be designed this well?

Couldn't kit cars be designed this well?

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ggdrew

Original Poster:

78 posts

68 months

Thursday 18th July
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https://www.jannarelly.com/design-1

This has classic kit car characteristics in style, concept and tech spec (isn't front-engined but could easily be). How come even our 7-style kits are cock-eyed in some aspect (Caterham & Westfield excepted IMO)!

If I could make a replica kit of this body to mount on a 7 chassis, I could be a rich man ... perhaps.

GTRene

11,347 posts

168 months

Friday 19th July
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yep, could be a great fun car, also handy you get 3 for 1 price, wonder what the price will be, especially in the Netherlands with their high tax on Co etc...

gnc

301 posts

59 months

Friday 19th July
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why for hells sake would anyone want to spoil that car by putting an engine in the front

Escapegoat

4,240 posts

79 months

Sunday 21st July
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As interesting as it is, there's one huge warning sign:

> DUBAI

Good luck chasing your money when this fantasy goes t*ts-up.

e21jason

708 posts

163 months

Monday 22nd July
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I know the guys building these cars, they have been on sale for a coupe of years and the UK is a new market, pretty much a kit car, as it is space frame and 350z running gear but nicely detailed and finished.

It was the launch cars which are sold out which where 50k$ I think the current car is around 75k