Re: Smart car Hayabusa
No plan on selling them for profit at the present time, just really set up the site as a place for people to come for information and some eye candy. Unfortunately, it's not a really cheap process to do it right, we probably have about $24K in ours right now. That doesn't include any labor and that's also getting the Smart car itself for around $2,500!
The biggest expense is in the rear end and subframe, but it's not a place you want to go cheap if you plan on taking it on the road as you could be putting yourself or others in harms way.
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