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Ok that green one changed my thoughts (Negatively) of a Laser.  It really looks uncomfortable for the driver.  Can't see how you can drive laying flat out with knees banging dash!  My Miata is a luxury car in comparison!  Did I mention it sounds like a lawn mower!

Better shot of seating or lying in it!

(55) WILL THIS KIT CAR RUN AGAIN?! | FORGOTTEN FOR 10 YEARS! | ROTWHEELS EP. 21 - YouTube

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Ok that green one changed my thoughts (Negatively) of a Laser.  It really looks uncomfortable for the driver.  Can't see how you can drive laying flat out with knees banging dash!  My Miata is a luxury car in comparison!  Did I mention it sounds like a lawn mower!

Better shot of seating or lying in it!

(55) WILL THIS KIT CAR RUN AGAIN?! | FORGOTTEN FOR 10 YEARS! | ROTWHEELS EP. 21 - YouTube

In comments under the linked video some folks are talking about the Hardcastle and McCormick car being a Laser 917, which it was most certainly NOT. Idiots.

The Coyote was based on a Manta Montage. The hero car is now owned and on display at chromecars in Germany. It is on a 1969 or later VW pan. I know two of the former owners of the car and am currently in the process of building a replica of it. My body is #1 of 2 made by Joe Penko in Canada. The molds are currently in New Mexico with their new owner. Ask me anything!

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I have a friend with a Manta Montage and a Chevy V8(pretty sure) and a Porsche 915 trans. It has 4 Weber IDAs on it. He built it, including a vacuum/heat lamp table to form his own headlight covers. Smart guy.

I remember he hated driving it in the summer. The hot air from the radiator ducted up over the windshield and dumped right in his lap.

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