Sebring? www.sebringinternational.co.ukyup, over £40 for a concours example, but there is company somewhere in east anglia if I remember right making replicas for aroung £25 and up depending on spec.Can't find the link now but will go on looking.
One of the most beautiful sports cars ever made IMO. Prefer it to the E type and Cobra.
Slight dramatisation grumpy ass...Let's not get carried away people. They do, I fully agree, look stunning. However, they drive like a complete piece of shit. Marginal brakes, appalling handling and minimal road holding.If you want something to drive at 20mph down country lanes in the summer then go for it. There are few better looking equivalents. But please don't expect it to drive nicely, because it won't. They never did new and they sure as hell don't now.
The £20k option is the modern replica version which will also (I presume) drive better with more modern brakes etc.20K would get you an ok runner with mot, but if you wanted "tip top" condition 3000 mk111 (as pictured) then you need to be looking at £70k+
Yep it certainly will drive/stop better than the originals.The £20k option is the modern replica version which will also (I presume) drive better with more modern brakes etc.
With all due respect, bollocks.Slight dramatisation grumpy ass...The ones I've owned, borrowed or driven were all fine...if you have some skills.
Of course they don't handle like a modern car, but learn how to enjoy one (I'd go nearer 60 than 20) and the sound and feeling of a straight 6
foot hard on the floor, bit of countersteer as you leave a (preferably gritty) corner in third, suspension squatted down, steering gone too light.
Well. Makes I smile anyroad!
Stopping? Just have one glass of wine less and think ahead!