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    Indeed. this is mererly a prototype and the final chassis will not be anything like this. This is an old Rossion chassis retrofitted.The engine has already been in and out. The duel fuel tanks are being developed now and I expect that this car will be running and driving within four months.

    This picture should not have been made public as it is by no means what the end product will look like

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    Wow, guess I have missed out on some updates having been overseas for the last few months and still am. Ian, looks like your modifying a stock Rossion chassis on the fly ( i.e. not on a chassis table initially as someone pointed out ) for longitudinal engine orientation with what, a LS block of which version, is that what I am seeing ? That's great news, as is the thought of dual fuel tanks in the engine bay ? Are you planning on building new chassis from the ground up, or modifying existent ones for those that want to switch to a longitudinal install or maybe both ?
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    The chassis from the front firewall back is different. You will not be able to retrofit the V8. The V8 version will have its own chassis with some similarities.


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    Wow, guess I have missed out on some updates having been overseas for the last few months and still am. Ian, looks like your modifying a stock Rossion chassis on the fly ( i.e. not on a chassis table initially as someone pointed out ) for longitudinal engine orientation with what, a LS block of which version, is that what I am seeing ? That's great news, as is the thought of dual fuel tanks in the engine bay ? Are you planning on building new chassis from the ground up, or modifying existent ones for those that want to switch to a longitudinal install or maybe both ?

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    ok, cool, that sounds like essentially a complete new chassis then with slightly longer dimensions I would guess to get the small block longitudinal. Sounds like possible new body work too to meet the new dimensions, or at least modded panels. Is this only for track car sales, or will that all roll into street versions in your next model release which I think I saw you have been mentioning in your news letters I get ? Thx, appreciate it, glad to see you guys pushing forward !
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