Sold at $69,950!  Goodness gracious!

WINGD: It appears the seller drove 125 miles in August in Michigan...

I can only imagine late November in Michigan is considerably colder and less hospitable to driving that vehicle than it was when he bought it in August, what with a predicted high of 33 and a low of 21 tomorrow!

My mantra “If the sun is shining, the top is down” may not apply when the tears of joy freeze to your face when cruising the backroads in such a fine machine.

Perhaps a coupe would be more suitable in that climate?

No.  SE owners who frequent this site are unabashedly positive in their opinions on SE quality and service.  Not sure if there are any Seduction owners on this site, but there must be.  If so, they are quiet. 

The concentration on bling that seems to denote a Seduction car has met with mixed reviews on this site.  Tufted upholstery in the engine bay?  I even recall one car that had 8" raised white letters on all the tires that spelled SEDUCTION.  It was like an SNL parody on poor taste. 

I have a Seduction. The overall quality is very good with a sprinkling of bling. Their wiring is especially nice. Some of their cars could be toned down a bit for sure, but you can order one to whatever level you want.

I did have to do some sorting, like most of these hand built cars do. Daniel replaced most of what was defective with no fuss. I redid a few other things that weren't up to my standards, but that's one of the reasons to own one of these. Tinkering and making it your own. I pity the fool who buys one of these cars without any mechanical ability.

Knowing what I know now, I'd probably do it again, BUT:

-I didn't know that a narrowed beam was an option????

-I would've gotten different gearing in my tranny for the tight twisty mountain roads that I drive on.

Carlos G posted:

I have a Seduction. The overall quality is very good with a sprinkling of bling. Their wiring is especially nice. Some of their cars could be toned down a bit for sure, but you can order one to whatever level you want.

I did have to do some sorting, like most of these hand built cars do. Daniel replaced most of what was defective with no fuss. I redid a few other things that weren't up to my standards, but that's one of the reasons to own one of these. Tinkering and making it your own. I pity the fool who buys one of these cars without any mechanical ability.

Knowing what I know now, I'd probably do it again, BUT:

-I didn't know that a narrowed beam was an option????

-I would've gotten different gearing in my tranny for the tight twisty mountain roads that I drive on.

Carlos, it is true, like it is true when you build your own house.  You get to do it many times over and you still do not get it right.  Yet, It would be nice though to have a full potentials option list when you build your car.  

I think so many different flavours make it out there it is hard to know what questions to ask when you start off let alone get a test drive on what mechanicals you choose. 

At least if you go to Carlisle or California cruise/car shows, when it does not rain, you might get to see more cars before you buy  

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