Michigan tile, less than 200 miles, 2332cc...should be a whopper.
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They did not mention in the advert that it has power windows or the hp of the engine or the fact that it is a roadster, rather than a speedster. I know they mention it is a D but maybe some would benefit from more into. IM has got dealers now in different countries ... interesting move selling full up builds on BAT.
Can a beam be removed from an IM? I thought they were welded in.
A 2020 IM build with a bolt in VW front beam? I figured Henry would have just done all of his cars with the better suspension and not left a "cheaper" version available... not that there's anything wrong with that, just surprised.
Yes, there are still those who want a version that is closer to the original look and feel so he continues to offer beams but the rear end is always IRS. ACooled engines are often seen in those.
911 and mostly 914 front ends are used in the other builds, from what I know.
Also @DannyP the beam is NOT welded in.
Sold for $70,500
Wouldn't this have cost a fair bit more as a new build?
Good old Eric Green who was going to come to Carlisle and beat the daylights out everybody there. I noted that of his four BaT posts that I saw, two were tagged as not constructive and removed. Big surprise!
I loved the one where he asked:
"Why is the ass up so high in the rear?"
Where else would the "ass" be on the car but in the rear?
A real original piece of work!
@Robert M posted:
He has claimed on one post that he has rebuilt the car completely with original P-car parts and very little of the IM remains. If that is the case why is he still complaining about the paint work?
When the only tool a man owns is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.