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I'm not a gearhead but my nephew is. He works for a guy that collects classic cars, mostly Ferraris. But this one is a prototype that never got to market. I asked him to write down the specs for me and here it is, I don't understand a lot of it but I'll bet you guys do. Built by Riley&Scott racing. IS3 All aluminum motor, Dry sump oiling, 5 Speed tri mec transmission, Carbon fiber body, Square tube aluminum chassies, Had a Donovan 690 HP big block. The price was going to be 200,000. Built in 1999. He said it tends to want to go airborne.

 

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bearcat6,

YEP, I like it.

FYI, I used to know a German M.D. that had a full-race prepared Chevron racer, that he often drove on the street. - ALL that had been done to "street-IZE" it was to add lights & a horn.
Top speed on the autobahn was about 200MPH.

yours, sw
 
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