Ok fine, post pictures of your work in progress....but wait, btw, to reverse engineer it, wouldn’t you need to get your hands on one first?
Not at all. Basic photos provide the basis for the design. Look up some available parts and make some extrapolations, add in a touch of theory and boom, you have a car. My friend is building a replica car based off a limited production model of which I believe none exist. It can be done. I'll post pictures as soon as you send a down payment
Beautiful Car? Yes. Worth $16 mill? No way in hell would I shell that out, even if I had unlimited funds.I could reverse engineer and build it from scratch for less than $2mill.
Legacy is one of several shops doing resto modded Power Wagons. They start at about 185K USD.Pickup trucks with stretched cabs and 4-door cabs are a newer thing, but if you want a 4-door Dodge from Legacy they can make it happen for you. Just takes more money.
I think that was a 56 XK140, quite similar to the Jag I had except mine was a closed coupe instead of a roadster.
You are correct... have you seen the movie? The last scene where Reese is driving is my favorite.
The 1938 Hispano-Suiza HS6 aerocoupes aren't my #3 favorites, but they were interesting for their outré aircraft styling, curved glass and other features. Because of recent developments at the Geneva Auto Show, I'll put up one example by Jacques Saoutchik, in case you thought M-B and Lambo invented trick doors.ANNNND, here's the new one, a 1005 horsepower electrical vehicle for a paltry 1.7 million USD. Only nineteen of them will be available.