Lancia Kit Car
This car is one of the very early Series 1 convertibles which The British “Motor” magazine tested a 1500 cc car in 1961 and found it had a top speed of 92.6 mph (149.0 km/h) and acceleration from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 18.6 seconds. Up for sale here is my Lancia Delta HF Turbo i.e. I have decided to sell this car as on reflection its another of my cars (I have 6) that going forward I cannot see me using that much and I need the garage space for a new arrival. This car should need no Today we’re going to take a look at Kit Car Hell, which last scorched our hides in the Fieroborghini versus Bradley GT matchup. Inspired by the stylish lines of the Classic Motor Coaches Gazelle we saw in a recent DOTS, today we’re going to look at a Alabama-based kit-car firm CARKITINC is being sued by Lamborghini for making Murcielago replicas. Jackie Johnson opened up shop about a year ago after seeing on TV a white Lamborghini Murcielago owned by professional skateboarder and snowboarder Shaun White. For that to happen, we may need to start familiarizing ourselves with kit cars. If you haven’t been introduced to that concept, kit cars are basically cars that are purchased and assembled separately. More often than not, cars used for this purpose are If you watch Formula One as religiously as we do, then you’ll be aware that the commentators continually refer to F1 drivers as the best in the world, and while we respect their talent immensely, we do have a firm belief that rally drivers possibly .
The origins of one of the most significant rally machines of all time lie in a concept created by coachbuilder Bertone for the 1970 Turin motor show. When Nuccio Bertone presented the wedge-shaped Stratos Zero concept, it happened to be fitted with a Let’s give credit here: This Axis and Allies 914 looks far cleaner and better assembled than most of the backyard project cars that pop up on eBay. It’s been displayed in public and can travel on its own power, although the dash toupee and the owner’s Production ended in 1988 for the Pontiac Fiero, but that hasn’t stopped kit car companies from resurrecting the mid-engine sports car into various supercar imitations. Not as visually dysfunctional as the recent Fierri Enzno this latest example comes from Owning a Lancia Stratos Stradale has to be quite an experience the road-going Stratos fares poor even when compared to a kit car. That’s because it was only an appendix to the rally Stratos, a car built with only one purpose in mind: to win WRC .