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Looks pretty good to me but them that steering wheels are on the wrong side
Renner partnered with us a few years ago to create an ADR compliant Beck Speedster. Jason, owner of Renner, used our new suspension geometry, body and accessories and created said chassis, with ADR approval. These cars feature side impact bars, steel bumpers, ABS, traction control, modern seat belts that lock in an accident, to name a few. A lot of engineering went into these builds to make them truly ADR compliant. Jason has done a fantastic job on this endeavor.
That's a '50, cool daddy!
I looked it up, ADR means Australian design Rules.
I remember reading over at Spyderclub about very stringent replica rules. I also remember talking to Carey about it. Australia used to actually crush a car before it gives certification. That really sucks if you're just building one.
That's really cool, Carey and Renner!