Looks like a nice build but I have to say that cage is awful. I'd rather have no cage at all than have that (unpadded, non triangulated, apparently thin walled) tubing right next to my knee and ankle. I guess I just don't understand show cages, they look under built and cheap and usually make the car more dangerous.
I don't know if that's your car. If it is, I'm sorry to shit on your thread. That's just a pet peeve of mine. Go all in and install a cage or don't.
I think that's either a(n): OMP Cage, Saftey Solutions, or Kirk bolt in cage. That cage used to be legal in CCA and SCCA racing; ah the good old days.
It's a nice looking car.
The car looks like a very nice road car build, but they should dump the cage. I realize it is just there for looks....but the way it fits (doesn't fit) it really just looks cheap and half assed.
Everything else looks beautiful.
I clicked on the link thinking it was;
TAG Techniques d'Avant-Garde. :-)
Hmm... Guess the customer was on a budget? Never know what was asked of the builder. 28k miles. Seems a bit of a shame.
It's a bit of a shame for such a low mileage car - but I got some nice stock parts and interior from that car
Autopower cage. Its designed to install without removing the dash.
I'm not one to nitpick someones car but, put in a new washer fluid tank at least before a photoshoot.
I love the matching seats, I wonder how comfortable the PP's are for a street car.
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