V8StealthBeetle

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Yoh! That's one to watch. Stunning engineering there.
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acpaterson wrote:Yoh! That's one to watch. Stunning engineering there.
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Awesome build! Wondering about the price tag though...
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Oh yes, if he's responsible for the CAV GT, then sure, expect these to be 400K Plus..
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Imagine using that Chassis for one of these Panache Porsche 356

http://www.panachecars.com/HOME/

Probably a nice sleeper

I just do not understand the Audi V8 , its a good motor but there are so many other options out there , this motor's bottom end apparently cannot be rebuilt.But I suppose if you have that kind of money you can just afford another motor if it fails .
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