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Show us your Kit Cars You've just taken 2 years to build your pride and joy, right? Then why not show it off here. Let us see your creations.

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Old 16th October 2003, 09:49
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Post your pride and joy here.

You must be proud of it so let everyone else see you handywork.

Pictures need to be hosted somewhere as you will need to link using a full URL. If you have trouble with this or don't have anywhere to host send me an e-mail with the pictures and I'll host them.

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Old 16th October 2003, 09:52
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Sold it this year but here is (was) my Mk 2 Sumo. Always thought it was the best Mk 2 around (I never saw better) Someone prove me wrong!!



very sad to see it go. Started building it in 1991, finished and registered in 1995 and sold 2003. Loved it but it had to go in the end.

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Sold it this year but here is (was) my Mk 2 Sumo. Always thought it was the best Mk 2 around (I never saw better) Someone prove me wrong!!



very sad to see it go. Started building it in 1991, finished and registered in 1995 and sold 2003. Loved it but it had to go in the end.

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Absolute thing of beauty that! Would love to build a sumo, just need to get some dollars together first!
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Old 26th September 2016, 09:13
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I took delviery of my kit on 1st Aug 2015 and completed it around 1 year later, although had some hiccups along the way and probably could have done it in 6 months (evenings and weekends). Only used basic tools, advice on forum and ingeniutiy, got 3rd party to prep bodywork and paint, however did everything else.

14424686_10154583368501170_7827996762876925472_o by eric holm, on Flickr
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Old 30th October 2003, 19:59
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Here's my VVC GTM Libra shortly before being told to drive around the SVA centre and come back when the brakes work!! The bloke didn't fail it though so no retest fee....which was nice!
There are lots of things to do to it now it's SVAd but I can't be bothered as it's just too much fun just driving it!



ER, John...I think I got it wrong again!! How am I s'posed to do it???
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Old 30th October 2003, 21:23
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No problem Ferg the img url was referring to your page rather than the image.

The image was a bit big anyway so I've nabbed it made it smaller and uploaded it. Hope you dont mind.

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Old 30th October 2003, 22:08
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That's great John, I was amazed to see in this months 'Which Kit?' Nigel Dean lining up the Ultima outside that very lane and then getting the same inspector as me as well!!
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if I knew how to do this sort of thing, this would be a picture of my Litton, as it was a couple of years ago. In 2005 (when i return to Blightey) it'll become Alien. I could link it:
http://www.stratossupersite.com/phot...=1&thecat=3018
This is my first post on this forum, hoping it'll be a little more liberal than the StratosSuperSite
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How do you mean?

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This is my first post on this forum, hoping it'll be a little more liberal than the StratosSuperSite
Unusual colour scheme BTW
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Old 27th November 2003, 11:16
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The closer your car is to being 'exact' the higher the regard. Pursuit of the exact replica is not the sort of thing I'm interested in. I actually wamted a Lotus Esprit, but was too tall for it. On looking at other options, I was smitten by the Litton. It was smaller inside than an Esprit, but being self-built I could make it fit me, not the other way round. Of course, putting different seats into the Esprit would've been far easier, but eventually not so much fun. So what I'm really interested in is self-built cars, and having fun in them. Concourse cars are just too anally-retentive for me, and I don't care if the chassis plate is an exact copy of the original, or if the dash warning light is the correct shade of red. It accelerates well, handles well and feels like a extension of my body. The wheels must be exact, but no larger than 15" diameter. . . etc. I don't want to knock such attitudes, but I don't share them. SO for my benefit, and to maybe exorcise my being the black sheep of the Stratos crowd I am evolving the bodywork to something much less Stratos-like.

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Welcome to the real world.

I'd love to join the Ferrari owners club, I'd even put a body kit on my MR2, but I still don't think the'd accept me?????
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Old 27th November 2003, 13:20
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The closer your car is to being 'exact' the higher the regard. Pursuit of the exact replica is not the sort of thing I'm interested in. I actually wamted a Lotus Esprit, but was too tall for it. On looking at other options, I was smitten by the Litton. It was smaller inside than an Esprit, but being self-built I could make it fit me, not the other way round. Of course, putting different seats into the Esprit would've been far easier, but eventually not so much fun. So what I'm really interested in is self-built cars, and having fun in them. Concourse cars are just too anally-retentive for me, and I don't care if the chassis plate is an exact copy of the original, or if the dash warning light is the correct shade of red. It accelerates well, handles well and feels like a extension of my body. The wheels must be exact, but no larger than 15" diameter. . . etc. I don't want to knock such attitudes, but I don't share them. SO for my benefit, and to maybe exorcise my being the black sheep of the Stratos crowd I am evolving the bodywork to something much less Stratos-like.

Couldn't agree more with you. Spot on. Great looking car BTW

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Old 19th December 2003, 13:21
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This was my car and still is to a certain point Ive just taken it apart again and a lot of ppl will say its not a 'kitcar' but a body conversion and they will be quite right but my next project will get me there




You can see more of my car @ http://www.geocities.com/jagzmanv8/Jaguar_Monaco.html
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Love the wide body jag. Class and you dont see this sort of thing very often.
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Old 20th December 2003, 09:43
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Hey, no it isn't a kitcar and this is a kitcar forum, but......
that is the nicest body conversion I've ever seen!! It's a great colour for it as well!!
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Looks great, but its still a Jag to me. I'd be tempted to completely rework the interior, redesign the glass and rear quarters area and apply a 3-D dazzle ships paint job. But it still wouldn't be a mid-engined sportscar. What are your plans?
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Here is my Ult...... it was my first Kit-car but will not be my last.


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