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Build a roadworthy two-seater open sports car for a fraction of the cost of a kit car! Using standard tools, basic skills and low-cost materials, this volume shows you how to make the chassis, suspension and bodywork, and advises you on how to modify and use inexpensive but serviceable mechanical components. Contains sections on improving handling, information on how to get through the Single Vehicle Approval test, and builders' own stories.
|Publisher:||Haynes Publications, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.38(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.62(d)|
What People are Saying About This
Car and Driver, August 2006
Included in “The Homemades: Yes you can build a sports car for just a few grand”
“There’s a good deal of interest these days in backyard car-building, thanks to Ron Champion. In 1996, he wrote a book, Build Your Own Sports Car for as Little as £250. In Yankee greenbacks, that’s about $465. The book shows how to build an inexpensive sports car practically from scratch, but more important, it can get a gearhead thinking, ‘Hey, I can do that!’”