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Earlier this week I mentioned a new law that went into effect that allows replica car makers to build up to 350 turnkey replica cars per year in the US, without the major hurdles of governmental safety testing.
If you have ever lusted after one of the many replica car kits that are on the market, but didn’t have the time to build it yourself, a new U.S. law that has gone into effect will be music to your ears.
Of all the kit cars and replica cars available, there are a few that I would like to own. I’d like to have a Cobra, a Porsche 356, and a Lotus 7 replica. I’d hoon the crap out of all of them at the racetrack and generally make a nuisance of myself.
If you lived through the 1970s, you might recognize this unusual car, which was sold by Bradley Automotive. The Bradley GT was actually a kit car which could transform a Volkswagen Beetle chassis into a much cooler looking sports car.
Pretty much every car enthusiast has at one time or another wanted to own one of the 1970s and 1980s’ most iconic and outrageous supercars, the Lamborghini Countach. But the highly collectible cars can be very expensive to acquire.