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Arct1ks project - 11.24.2011, 07:56 PM

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12.22.2011, 06:21 PM

Can we take it for a test drive?


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12.22.2011, 08:40 PM

Of course... :)
   
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12.22.2011, 09:39 PM

So a Brushless Baja 5B wasn't good enough...

Very nice


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12.22.2011, 10:29 PM

That shop! Awesome!!! Thanks for the pics!


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12.23.2011, 07:54 AM




I am not jealous, I am not jealous, I am not jealous, I am not jealous, I am not jealous, I am not jealous.

I was looking foward to seeing your car but wasn't expecting to see it in a shop with them others.
   
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12.27.2011, 12:27 AM

Looks like he has a gt40 clone with a twin cam ford mod motor. Sweet.

My only issue is that he has ALOT of partially finished cars there... I guess if his business is anything like mine he is always waiting on parts, so he would have to keep a few dozen in the works to have progress on something every day.

I have the same mentality with rc cars, and gun projects. Get a few dozen started and you will always have something to work on.
   
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12.27.2011, 09:16 AM

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I have the same mentality with rc cars, and gun projects. Get a few dozen started and you will always have something to work on.
Same here....just to keep busy and get away from the wife, I almost always have one rc in pieces to work on/tweak, etc which helps me keep my sanity


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12.27.2011, 09:52 AM

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Looks like he has a gt40 clone with a twin cam ford mod motor. Sweet.

My only issue is that he has ALOT of partially finished cars there... I guess if his business is anything like mine he is always waiting on parts, so he would have to keep a few dozen in the works to have progress on something every day.

I have the same mentality with rc cars, and gun projects. Get a few dozen started and you will always have something to work on.
They have a lot of cars but they actually seem to churn out alot - I believe its around 1 a week... Most of them are partial builds as go back to custoers for finishing. A couple of them were queued on shipping to go to the UK.

They do make a GT40 setup but mst of these are the Lemans Style street legal SuperLight Coupe (SL-C) which uses an LS engine.
   
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Finally Running - Thanks to Dan at Nirvana!

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Thank you posting up. I had never seen this thread so it was quite a treat! Looks about right for a BL conversion. Haha just kidding. But maybe in a couple of years the tech will be affordable.
   
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So after 3 years.... its on route to NJ!

Looks like I might be keeping Mike busy on custom parts!





   
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11.15.2014, 05:34 AM

That looks like its going to be a ton of fun to drive. What are your plans with it now? Is this something you can drive on the street lr track only?


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