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    Designing huracan kit need help please

    Hi Guys,

    I am in the process of creating a Kit that will be "inspired" by a Lambo Huracan.

    In order for this to work in Australia, I need to create a bolt on kit, which has absolutely no fabrication required.

    In other words has to be a body kit.

    Some of the reasons why:
    - IF I WAS TO BUILD A FULL KIT CAR LIKE SOME ON HERE OR REPLICA, I WILL NEED WHAT IS KNOWN AS AN ICV
    (INDEPENDENTLY CONSTRUCTED VEHICLE) ENGINEERING CERT AND THIS IS COSTLY AND TAKES YEARS TO RECEIVE

    - BONNETS CAN'T BE MADE OUT OF FIBERGLASS, I WILL BE MAKING A KIT WHICH BONDS TO AN EXISTING STEEL BONNET

    - AUSTRALIAN VEHICLE REGULATIONS DIFFER WITHIN THE COUNTRY (STATE, TERRITORY)

    I am looking for a relatively cheap donor vehicle so that I can construct the kit; I have currently thought about the Toyota Supra MK4, it's dimensions and wheel base are very close to the huracan. I would also need a donor where I will be able to remove the "hatch" at the rear, no cutting allowed.

    Any donor cars suggested or replies are appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

    Adz

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    Senior Member ArashB's Avatar
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    Checkout my 300ZX remake. Its like a Koenigsegg GT. I will be trying to make this within 6 months.
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    that's pretty cool, I love the huracan if you have any ideas regarding a donor I could I would love that.

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    The Celica seems like the only bolt on type donor that will look semi midengine.
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    A lamborghini needs the low sleek line that makes a lamborghini a lamborghini. SImply putting body panels to an existing donor won't give it the necessary line that makes it exotic. The windshield needs to be raked signifigantly and the only way to do this is by cutting the top and windshield pillars off and fabbing a proper angle. If you look at a lamborghini from the side and stand next to a real one, you will understand. This is just my opinion though.

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