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Old 10-29-2015, 07:40 PM
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I finally took delivery of my A&C today.
I got the rolling chassis and british racing green gelcoat.
The pics really wash out the true color of the car. (direct sunlight. Middle of the day)

I had to unload the car off the trailer with a forklift.
(Good thing the shipper came to my work)

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Old 10-30-2015, 06:23 AM
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Nice, what type of Motor/Trans. do you plan on using?











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I finally took delivery of my A&C today.
I got the rolling chassis and british racing green gelcoat.
The pics really wash out the true color of the car. (direct sunlight. Middle of the day)

I had to unload the car off the trailer with a forklift.
(Good thing the shipper came to my work)

And now, the pics.
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Old 10-30-2015, 03:44 PM
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Long term plan is a Keith Craft built 408.
BUT, if I come across a deal perhaps on a 302/T5 combo, I`d be open to that also.
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Looks great. I also went with the gelcoat finish and i'm very happy with the finish. Good luck, Richie
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Looks great
Enjoy the build
Any questions ask the forum
14 years and my gel coat still looks like when I picked it up!
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What no questions?
There is the manual???????

Just remember think at least twice before cutting or measuring.
How would Detroit do it?
Or Summit Racing or Jeg's do it?

The saga continues?

I really enjoyed my build and after 14 years there are things I would have done differently.

Have fun!!!!!
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Old 11-07-2015, 07:21 PM
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What no questions?
There is the manual???????

Just remember think at least twice before cutting or measuring.
How would Detroit do it?
Or Summit Racing or Jeg's do it?

The saga continues?

I really enjoyed my build and after 14 years there are things I would have done differently.

Have fun!!!!!
I`m sure questions will be coming.
I`ve looked through most peoples build pics in this forum and am going to "reference" them.
I`m no johnny awesome when it comes to building cars but I do consider myself pretty decent when it comes to spinning wrenches.
I`ll admit, the build manual does leave a little (o.k., a lot) to be desired.
All in all, I dont think this project will be too terribly bad.

There`s a large presence of Cobra owners here in Dallas who are willing to give me a hand when needed.
Time to stock the fridge up with beer.
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Old 11-08-2015, 07:17 AM
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I`m sure questions will be coming.
I`ve looked through most peoples build pics in this forum and am going to "reference" them.
I`m no johnny awesome when it comes to building cars but I do consider myself pretty decent when it comes to spinning wrenches.
I`ll admit, the build manual does leave a little (o.k., a lot) to be desired.
All in all, I dont think this project will be too terribly bad.

There`s a large presence of Cobra owners here in Dallas who are willing to give me a hand when needed.
Time to stock the fridge up with beer.
Maybe buy another fridge. A big one.
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Nice. Enjoy the build. I have had mine for 8 years and just starting to build it.
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My body is being made in sure I'll have questions.
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