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    After seeing Ari's post on where not to buy a kit from, does anyone know where in the Toronto area I would find someone trustworthy to buy from. I also do not want to have to get a 2nd mortgage on my house to pay for it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
    Vince

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    Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

    you cant give us a try www.hi-techdev.com or give us a call 905 670 7337

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    • #3
      Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

      I didn't know you sold actual kits - do you just resell for Tony?

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        Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto


        you cant give us a try www.hi-techdev.com or give us a call 905 670 7337
        I don't see any signs of actual kits on your site.

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          Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

          I always watch EBay, theres always some on there, saw a 355 kit for sale last week for $1500. I bought my kit originally from EBay, and my IRM Turbo kit too.

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          • #6
            Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

            I just met someone over email who need to sell his MIRAGE kit for like $4500 (Mirage is THE BEST kit out there, for those who don't know)... hopefully he'll jump on here with some pics!

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            • #7
              Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

              Is that $4500 Cnd or U.S.
              www.xvelocity.com

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              • #8
                Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

                $USD

                ($7,077.85 CAD)

                I know it seems expensive but its really worth it - buying a IFG/Warlock Design splash (Like I did) makes your life SO much harder, you really have no idea. Not only is the fibreglass quality SH*T (You need to spend at least $1000 in body work before you even THINK of getting it painted), but the fit is not right, AND they aren't even very authentic (Door rocker panels is the most obvious example).

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                • #9
                  Re: Looking to buy a Ferrari kit in Toronto

                  I have one but would never sell it

                  I'd like to know who is! Ari, send me the info if you would... I'll buy another! Seriously!!!

                  The Mirage is the very best, in my humble opinion.

                  I actually bought an IFG too, but got ripped.  It never arrived and after two years of chasing the slime bucket, he's managed to drop off the planet so...

                  Anyway, I got the kit and it is the RIGHT kit!  As Ari said, the door panels (one piece) are the most obvious giveaway of the IFG knockoff, but it goes farther than that... MUCH farther.

                  One piece front clip?  No way.  Try FOUR pieces.  One piece Rear Clip?  Uh uh, try 3 pieces.  This kit actually has Rocker Panels that travel the length of the body which means TWO part doors, front and rear fenders and the correct look when finsihed.

                  The fiberglass is VERY thick too.  I remember visiting my IFG kit before it was (not) shipped and it was pretty thin.  I was planning on spraying "chop" into the body to reinforce it but...  Anyway, no need with the Mirage.

                  As for pictures, I'll dig up what I've got so far and post 'em.  Probably to my Photopoint account then link to it from here.

                  Keep up the good work Ari!

                  DKOV -

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