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The Wasteland 2013 Edition


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Expert opinion? Once you start ticking the options on those RCR kits, they get pretty f**king expensive. Add on drivetrain, shipping, local engineering..

Cost / expense and worth are 2 different things

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he paid 190 for it. it is worth it once you drive it;)

the other one in adelaide cost a bit less than that as he built most of it himself (120K so far) compaired to this one that was fully built in the QLD factory.

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woah def not worth that much for a kit car.

if you saw it in the flesh (or lucky enough to drive it, which i have at speed) it is worth it. the 7L engine was 35K alone from the US gearbox another 20K . the engineering is a work of art. it weighs just on 1000kg and has 'around' 500KW at the wheels:)

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to those who may or may not know (and to those that don't care) i became a daddy for the first time on the 23/4 at 0052. we named our first child Jameson Seeley

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to those who may or may not know (and to those that don't care) i became a daddy for the first time on the 23/4 at 0052. we named our first child Jameson Seeley

Congratulations man. Now to start saving for a gokart lol

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Congratulations man. Now to start saving for a gokart lol

already planned:) building a kit car is on the car too:) 'just to get his skills up' so im telling the better half

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  • 2 weeks later...

Went out to watch the drift practice with Krishy tonight.... There was some big crashes and a rollover right in front of us... Thankfully no body hurt (well badly) from what I could tell... not a bad evening :)

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