Time for delivery. Took about 6 months to ship it to me, but not a big deal. I’m patient, and I can wait. The kit was palletized, and truck freighted to Colorado. I had to go down to the depot with my trailer and pick it up. My trailer was a little short, so I had a hard time getting it in there. The palate had wheels on it, and we had to remove them. I have a weird trailer. Once the car is finished, it will be a close fit.
Getting it out of the trailer at wasn’t hard. I attached a rope to the pallet, and tied it to another truck. Then just pulled the trailer out from underneath it. Once on the ground and unwrapped, this is what you get.
Carrying it into the garage is easy for two old guys, it’s not that big or heavy. Something like 200 pounds or so. And all of the little bits and pieces are also included. Unfortunately, there is no instruction or assembly manual.
This car destined for the race track. It has the full NASA and SCCA approved race cage, and steel floors welded in. Adds a little weight, but not that much. I’ll be racing in TTU (I love Time Trials). But it could easily be built for a lot of wheel to wheel classes. I have heard that it is not approved for endurance racing, because it would blow away all the other cars in it’s class.