Great attention from little detail to the larger issues this  company stands behind and follows up with fixing everything.

Fun to drive with engine is built by a high end engine builder in north Scottsdale. The engine builder makes very powerful motors for the Baja 1000. This engine builder has a cleanest garage of ever seen.

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That is great to hear, @JPC. Welcome To The Madness!

Sooo... how long have you had the car (I'm gathering it was just delivered)? How many miles have you put on it? Can you tell us about it- irs or swingaxle, engine size and specs (and what if feels like to drive),  stock trans build or "upgrades",ring & pinion, drums or discs, tire size, 4x130 or 5x205- I have to know EVERYTHING! (have I left anything out, guys?)

And as you may have noticed, a lot of us are on a first name basis here- just call me Al (come on, you know the tune!)

I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure this is the first post from anyone who has received a car from  Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved to Arizona earlier this year.  We've seen plenty of pictures of the cars coming from Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved in to the old Vintage Speedsters location in Hawaiian Gardens.  Can't wait to see what the Arizona VS is producing and hear the experiences of the new buyers.

ALB posted:

That is great to hear, @JPC. Welcome To The Madness!

Sooo... how long have you had the car (I'm gathering it was just delivered)? How many miles have you put on it? Can you tell us about it- irs or swingaxle, engine size and specs (and what if feels like to drive),  stock trans build or "upgrades",ring & pinion, drums or discs, tire size, 4x130 or 5x205-

I have to know EVERYTHING! (have I left anything out, guys?)

 

Yes, you forgot to ask: "What holes have you drilled so far; where are they located; what size are they; how many did you drill; how much weight did you get rid of; was it therapeutic?".

Love ya, Al.  

Troy Sloan posted:

I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure this is the first post from anyone who has received a car from  Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved to Arizona earlier this year.  We've seen plenty of pictures of the cars coming from Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved in to the old Vintage Speedsters location in Hawaiian Gardens.  Can't wait to see what the Arizona VS is producing and hear the experiences of the new buyers.

I am promised delivery of my Arizona vintage speedster this week! Will post photos after I receive it  and calm down from excitement.....not looking forward to going to the DMV to get it registered here in California though...Anyone ever run into road blocks there when registering their?

Newbie Danny of Nipomo Ca. posted:
Troy Sloan posted:

I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure this is the first post from anyone who has received a car from  Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved to Arizona earlier this year.  We've seen plenty of pictures of the cars coming from Vintage Speedsters, the builder that moved in to the old Vintage Speedsters location in Hawaiian Gardens.  Can't wait to see what the Arizona VS is producing and hear the experiences of the new buyers.

I am promised delivery of my Arizona vintage speedster this week! Will post photos after I receive it  and calm down from excitement.....not looking forward to going to the DMV to get it registered here in California though...Anyone ever run into road blocks there when registering their?

 After you take delivery of your car start a new thread about the process and tell us how registering it in California went.  Make sure you give us all the details good or bad. 

Bob: IM S6 posted:
ALB posted:

That is great to hear, @JPC. Welcome To The Madness!

Sooo... how long have you had the car (I'm gathering it was just delivered)? How many miles have you put on it? Can you tell us about it- irs or swingaxle, engine size and specs (and what if feels like to drive),  stock trans build or "upgrades",ring & pinion, drums or discs, tire size, 4x130 or 5x205-

I have to know EVERYTHING! (have I left anything out, guys?)

 

Yes, you forgot to ask: "What holes have you drilled so far; where are they located; what size are they; how many did you drill; how much weight did you get rid of; was it therapeutic?".

Love ya, Al.  

Come on, Bob; he just got it! I'll start asking those questions next week...

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