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    Sooo Sad!

    I've been Looking all over the place for a Ferrari Kit for my Fiero thats inexpensive...i don't even care about it's quality or condition or whatever...i'd just wanted to know where i can grab a kit thats in a reasonable price range...that range for me is $3000 and under...for anything...thats Ferrari and will look ok if work (done myself) is done to it...or even if it's used...pretty much anything

    Does anyone know anything that could help me out? :-/
    Steven Rossi<br />~Kit Car Wanted~

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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    The best thing you can do is be patient. *Keep your eye on ebay, kitcar.com, kitcars.com and this message board of course. *Here is a 308 kit for $2800. *

    http://www.kitcars.com/Classifieds/A...sified_id=1501

    It was posted 11/12 so it is probably gone by now but keep watching for the next deal. *Be careful with your money!

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    Re: Sooo Sad!



    Where are you located, There is a guy that lives in a town that i drive through to go to my parents house ,he has a testarossa kit, a long time ago he wanted $4000 for it, said his son bought it when he was at college. Son moved off and left it there, and has no intrest in it. If you want i can stop by next time i am around there.

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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    It depends on the kit....if you want to please stop by and ask a few questions

    I don't have the tools to do rear stretches...etc...so find out all you can about this kit
    ~What it comes with
    ~How it looks
    ~What is required to put it on
    ~If he's willing to go for $3000?
    ...etc

    It sounds pretty interesting...if you can please stop by.

    Thanks a lot beerman
    Steven Rossi<br />~Kit Car Wanted~

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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    That one on kitcars was sold .. $2000. Down from original asking price of $4500. Could/should a bought but have too many projects already..

    Where is the testa for sale?
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    I've done a bit of reading, inbetween essays that i'm writing, and i've read so far that the Testarossa's required NO frame strtching and soo far all the kit's i've seen look almost real...

    Please ask this man if he's willing to sell it for under $4000

    If so i'd be willing to steal it for $2500 tp $3000
    Steven Rossi<br />~Kit Car Wanted~

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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    I have a few odds and ends that almost make up a kit. You will need doors. Here is the list:


    Mirage Hood
    Mirage Front Fascia Bar
    Mirage Front Bumper
    Mirage Grill
    Mirage Front Fenders
    Mitsubishi pop up headlights, Corsica Bulbs and covers to fit a Mirage
    Koenig Style Headlight Buckets to fir Mirage Kit
    Mirage Rear Bumper
    Mirage Rockers
    Mirage Deck lid
    Mirage Tail light super structure
    Mirage Tail light panel
    355 Spyder Rear panels (Watson Reproductions Parts)
    355 Challenge Rockers (light weight fiberglass)
    355 Challenge Lower Doors (light weight fiberglass)
    355 Challenge Rear Grill
    355 Steel Tail light panel
    355 Rear Taillights
    355 Rear Wheel 10 X 18 Speedline (only one extra)
    355 Reproduction Tail Light Superstructure (Watson Reproduction Parts)
    V6 Fiero Radiator
    Fiero AC Compressor
    Fiero Engine Cradle
    Set of 4 Momo 8.5 X 17 Wheels and Tires
    Ingneese six Weber manifold, carburetors, velocity stacks and linkage




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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    I have a few odds and ends that almost make up a kit. *You will need doors. *Here is the list:


    Mirage Hood
    Mirage Front Fascia Bar
    Mirage Front Bumper
    Mirage Grill
    Mirage Front Fenders
    Mitsubishi pop up headlights, Corsica Bulbs and covers to fit a Mirage
    Koenig Style Headlight Buckets to fir Mirage Kit
    Mirage Rear Bumper
    Mirage Rockers
    Mirage Deck lid
    Mirage Tail light super structure
    Mirage Tail light panel
    355 Spyder Rear panels (Watson Reproductions Parts)
    355 Challenge Rockers (light weight fiberglass)
    355 Challenge Lower Doors (light weight fiberglass)
    355 Challenge Rear Grill
    355 Steel Tail light panel
    355 Rear Taillights
    355 Rear Wheel 10 X 18 Speedline (only one extra)
    355 Reproduction Tail Light Superstructure (Watson Reproduction Parts)
    V6 Fiero Radiator
    Fiero AC Compressor
    Fiero Engine Cradle
    Set of 4 Momo 8.5 X 17 Wheels and Tires
    Ingneese six Weber manifold, carburetors, velocity stacks and linkage



    Where about do you live? I Always assumed that you lived in the states...

    e-mail me...we can talk
    Steven Rossi<br />~Kit Car Wanted~

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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    Id be interseted in the body parts...

    How much?

    The front clip looks GREAT! And I like the rear fenders...they don't need to be cut for my Spyder.....

    Do you have a top frame?

    How difficult is this kit to mount?, (I understand it is a mix-n- match) Just need a general idea. Wondering how many hours of labor for a pro shop to install. Also whose door panels will fit? Any idea?

    Steve


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    Re: Sooo Sad!

    The nose is from a Mirage Kit. It is to be used with Rockers separate from the door. The rear 1/4 panels are the same specs as the 355 Spyder. They have the ridges on the top of the 1/4 between the tail light and the well for the top. If you want to use them on a short wheelbase car, just adjust the leading edge of the fenders at the door jam. Maybe DKOV might have a source for a Mirage Door. If you use the short wheel base car, then use the Mirage rockers, long wheel base, use the 355 Challenge Replicas and lower half of the 355 Challenge Replica door and the top half of a Mirage door. Then you will have an entire Spyder Kit. Make some braces, mount the body and have some fun.

    I live in the Tampa Bay Area, Tampa, Florida. e-mail for specifics. I will sell the wheels separately from the body stuff, would prefer to sell all of the fiberglass at one time to make my wife happy. My 355 replica is almost ready for the paint shop so the spares have to go. I have an "X" frame as well that was not on the list. You will need that if your doing a Spyder car.

    Regards,

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