As many others I've always sort have wanted to design a car so the things we put on this one are:
Massive cooling capacity. Enough to sit at idle on a 100 degree day with the ac on and not overheat.
Enough charging capacity to keep the battery up with all of this running.
Hydraulic remote opening gull wing doors.
glove box/luggage storage.
A GT car derived from a real race car. One that can be driven and enjoyed.
An engine with lots of low rpm torque.
As we put it back together I'll post more photos.
We designed and built remote operating gull wing doors that are controlled by these valves. If the system freezes in the up position we made a tool that can release the doors and is accessible through cockpit.
Note suspension parts. We've plated as much as possible to avoid corrosion.
When you are finished with these sorts of overhauls, do you test out the car in the track? I'm going under the assumption that you can't really take these cars on a "shakedown" run on public roads. It's not like taking a 360 for a spin after an oil change if you know what I mean.
Car looks absolutely stunning. Car nuts and racing fans thank you for preserving a bit of history for us to enjoy.