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Do It Yourself

Not everyone has the time, skills or space to build a car from a kit, yet the allure of our cars is undeniable. So, we developed the Some Assembly Required Program to provide potential owners the fastest, easiest and lowest risk approach to owning one of our cars.

Some Assembly Required car is a car that is built to customer requirements, including paint, interior, wheels, tires, battery – essentially everything needed to have a complete, running car ready to turn the key and go – except for the drivetrain (e.g., engine, transaxle/transmission and ECU). Federal laws prohibit us and other component car manufacturers from selling completed cars that are intended to be registered for the street. But we can provide a car that is complete except for the drivetrain. Such a car can be easily and quickly finished by you, or by a third party because the tedious work is done, and only the relatively simple work of installing your selected drivetrain remains. You or your selected third party can finish the car in as little as a weekend or two after receiving your dream car.

Some Assembly Required Program offers the following benefits:

Time

It’s sad but common for owners to take years to build a car, regardless of how easy or hard it is, because life can get in the way of any long-term project. We have the luxury of focus, we build these cars every day, and we know them inside and out. We have the jigs, tools, experience, and skills to do a better job than most. We can build cars to the final stage in as little as six months after receipt of order. There is probably no faster way to get to a complete car than with this program.

Completion

Far too many car kits are sold for pennies on the dollar because the builder lost interest in the build (not the car, but the build process), or found they underestimated the skills needed, or the space, or their ability to find time to work on and finish a long-term project. The Turnkey-Minus Program removes all those risks and thus preserves your investment in the car.

Single Source

We become the single source of responsibility for the car (less the drivetrain). If there are problems, there is one place to call and that place knows the car better than anyone. It’s comforting to know that if you have questions or problems with the car later, you can get help from the people who actually designed and  built it. That’s not always the case when you self-build the car, and have one shop doing the bodywork, another doing the paint, yet another for the electrical, etc. We manage the entire process under one roof, and we take ownership for the work we perform.

Summary

Building a car from components by yourself can be a rewarding, fun experience that will generate memories that last a lifetime. For many it provides a pride that can’t be purchased at any price. But if you just don’t have the time, or the skills, or the space to build, Some Assembly Required Program may just be the ideal way to get the car of your dreams!

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Some Assembly Required

Not everyone has the time, skills or space to build a car from a kit, yet the allure of our cars is undeniable. So, we developed the Some Assembly Required Program to provide potential owners the fastest, easiest and lowest risk approach to owning one of our cars.

Some Assembly Required car is a car that is built to customer requirements, including paint, interior, wheels, tires, battery – essentially everything needed to have a complete, running car ready to turn the key and go – except for the drivetrain (e.g., engine, transaxle/transmission and ECU). Federal laws prohibit us and other component car manufacturers from selling completed cars that are intended to be registered for the street. But we can provide a car that is complete except for the drivetrain. Such a car can be easily and quickly finished by you, or by a third party because the tedious work is done, and only the relatively simple work of installing your selected drivetrain remains. You or your selected third party can finish the car in as little as a weekend or two after receiving your dream car.

Some Assembly Required Program offers the following benefits:

Time

It’s sad but common for owners to take years to build a car, regardless of how easy or hard it is, because life can get in the way of any long-term project. We have the luxury of focus, we build these cars every day, and we know them inside and out. We have the jigs, tools, experience, and skills to do a better job than most. We can build cars to the final stage in as little as six months after receipt of order. There is probably no faster way to get to a complete car than with this program.

Completion

Far too many car kits are sold for pennies on the dollar because the builder lost interest in the build (not the car, but the build process), or found they underestimated the skills needed, or the space, or their ability to find time to work on and finish a long-term project. The Turnkey-Minus Program removes all those risks and thus preserves your investment in the car.

Single Source

We become the single source of responsibility for the car (less the drivetrain). If there are problems, there is one place to call and that place knows the car better than anyone. It’s comforting to know that if you have questions or problems with the car later, you can get help from the people who actually designed and  built it. That’s not always the case when you self-build the car, and have one shop doing the bodywork, another doing the paint, yet another for the electrical, etc. We manage the entire process under one roof, and we take ownership for the work we perform.

Summary

Building a car from components by yourself can be a rewarding, fun experience that will generate memories that last a lifetime. For many it provides a pride that can’t be purchased at any price. But if you just don’t have the time, or the skills, or the space to build, Some Assembly Required Program may just be the ideal way to get the car of your dreams!

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.