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    Newbie starting out

    hi guys,

    Recently I have had the urge to get myself the experience of building a kit car. I do have auto experience and can get tools to do it myself (plus its cheaper)

    But have no experience in kit cars. Was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction? Like donor car info, assembly process ,etc

    P.S was looking for a 360 kit

    Thanks

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    dont get a 360 kit, get a lambo much more replica parts out there and more people can give advice on them

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenwest
    hi guys,

    Recently I have had the urge to get myself the experience of building a kit car. I do have auto experience and can get tools to do it myself (plus its cheaper)

    But have no experience in kit cars. Was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction? Like donor car info, assembly process ,etc

    P.S was looking for a 360 kit

    Thanks
    if you have the money the DNA 360 is sweet!
    The Dave Jones 360 is also nice if you wanted a coupe!

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Try the Air Dynamics 360.

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Thanks for the replies.

    After a lot of research, I'm leaning towards DNA 360. I already have a mr2 ready from a friend and jsut need to get the kit shipped from the UK.
    I think, if the DNA quality is top-notch, I wouldnt mind lightening my wallet a little.

    One thing though, are their any kits which would kit on a 93 Lexus gs300? I have that car idle as well so I thought I would try and do something with it...

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Or, you can try a GTF 430 kit. It's an easy 1st build, if you take the time to.

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenwest
    Thanks for the replies.

    After a lot of research, I'm leaning towards DNA 360. I already have a mr2 ready from a friend and jsut need to get the kit shipped from the UK.
    I think, if the DNA quality is top-notch, I wouldnt mind lightening my wallet a little.

    One thing though, are their any kits which would kit on a 93 Lexus gs300? I have that car idle as well so I thought I would try and do something with it...
    Check out DNA Autoworks, they have DNA kits here in the US.

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Quote Originally Posted by 4Shadow
    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenwest
    Thanks for the replies.

    After a lot of research, I'm leaning towards DNA 360. I already have a mr2 ready from a friend and jsut need to get the kit shipped from the UK.
    I think, if the DNA quality is top-notch, I wouldnt mind lightening my wallet a little.

    One thing though, are their any kits which would kit on a 93 Lexus gs300? I have that car idle as well so I thought I would try and do something with it...
    Check out DNA Autoworks, they have DNA kits here in the US.
    Oh my God. Thanks so much. Now I won't have to deal with import problems.

    I'm thinking of driving now during christmas vacation to take a look. I think I've made my mind. Thanks for all your help.

    P.S Is the lexus gs300 used as a donor car at all?!

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    sure if you want "donate" it to me its a nice car

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    Re: Newbie starting out

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenwest
    Quote Originally Posted by 4Shadow
    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenwest
    Thanks for the replies.

    After a lot of research, I'm leaning towards DNA 360. I already have a mr2 ready from a friend and jsut need to get the kit shipped from the UK.
    I think, if the DNA quality is top-notch, I wouldnt mind lightening my wallet a little.

    One thing though, are their any kits which would kit on a 93 Lexus gs300? I have that car idle as well so I thought I would try and do something with it...
    Check out DNA Autoworks, they have DNA kits here in the US.
    Oh my God. Thanks so much. Now I won't have to deal with import problems.

    I'm thinking of driving now during christmas vacation to take a look. I think I've made my mind. Thanks for all your help.

    P.S Is the lexus gs300 used as a donor car at all?!
    No prob, i remember reading somewhere a lil while back that if u fly out there they will pick u up from the airport in one of their 360's.

    Cant wait to see your build

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