I have been considering just getting a used racing chassis and go from there...eliminate most of the "stuff" that needs to be dumped...and should have good crash characteristics. Anyone read about someone doing this? I live in the middle of race country (just down the road from Lowe's Motor Speedway)...
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I have thought about that too. That sort of makes sense, but then you gotta build all the creature comforts from nothing. Blinkers, dome lights, glove boxes, speedo, all that stuff that I would want in a daily driver. I think it's easier to start with a car that has all that stuff in it, and then start whittling it down to what is needed. A la the ForkenSwift and its ilk.