Please see all the options below and remember to customise your doorcards how you want them by adding that finishing touch with different coloured door pulls and colour coded anodised washers!
Door cards, cheap, lightweight prices starts from £65 (for a pair) in standard 2mm ABS (there are other material choices) and specify your options and I'll do the hard work for you! These doorcards can replace OEM standard door cards and maintain full OEM functionality - I am happy to make them to your specification.
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Eagle is here to change up the American muscle game yet again with a new track pack for the Gauntlet and Thunder. They present the new XRT ACX track pack, made by the same group that made the XRT cobra ACX a record setting track beast these 2 muscle cars are here to prove that eagle can build more than just muscle cars that go in a straight line. The new ACX track pack is available for the XRT Scorpio, Demon and Ghoul, it offers a new aero upgrade for better handling along with race tuned suspension, carbon ceramic brakes with 6-piston calipers also adds new race bucket seats that are taken from the Cobra ACX there is even an option for a padded roll cage for $100, a carbon peformance upgrade is also available for an additional $530 which adds real carbon on the: front splitter, mirrors, rear spoiler, rims, exhaust, hood and interior trim. This new track pack will set you back an additional $1,000, the new package will be available near the end of 2019.
To mark the 15th anniversary of the customer and club sport series “Porsche Sports Cup Germany”, Porsche is offering a limited special-edition model in motor sports design: the 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition. #JackDanielsPorsche#porsche#thereisnosubstitute
// - FAUXRARRI - // #drivedisgracefully | From @roadandtrack - Zach Bowman | You're looking at my new favorite Ferrari. You can keep the Enzo. You can keep the LaFerrari. Hell, you can even keep the F40. This car is the business. What started its life as a US-spec 1980 308 GTSi was transformed into the tube-framed beast you see here. In 1990, the car was exported to Japan, and its owners wanted to campaign the machine in an IMSA GT exhibition race. They handed the keys to Art Sports, an exotic car dealer that became the first non-European F40LM race team. The wrenches at Art Sports proceeded to slip a tube frame under the 308's new, authentic 288 GTO body panels. Then the original engine got chucked for a modified 2.9-liter V8. All that was left of the original car was the data plate and the five-speed gearbox. Eventually, it found its way back to the States and underwent a complete restoration. The new owner splits his time between cruising around D.C. and hot-lapping his favorite tracks, like any sane soul would do with the perfect Ferrari. .