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Bruce K

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    husband and father, Christian, businessman, athlete
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    Shelby Twp, Michigan
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    Sports cars & track days, audio/video, classical/jazz music, weightlifting, politics
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    President and general manager, likeNU Carpet & Tile Cleaning
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  1. Thanks - I'll save this info. My car purchase has been pushed back at least three weeks.
  2. That logo includes the entire Caterham front grille (which I prefer to the Brunton's obstructive new grill, but is the wrong shape and size for a Brunton). So, I would have to remove about half the grill while paying more than twice as much. Still, a viable last-ditch option, and I thank you sincerely for presenting it.
  3. Just rcvd a text with your phone number - will call tomorrow the 21st - thanks!
  4. Has anyone been able to contact the seller of the silver 2008 Caterham R400 in Croc's Incredible Seven Shopping List? I've sent messages, as has my wife, but no response. I've looked up the business name referenced in the ad, but can't find any information on the web.
  5. Anyone know where I can purchase a traditional Super Seven front grill emblem? These are typically laser-cut steel (preferably stainless), and feature the outline of a large "7" measuring about 7.5" tall and about 8" wide. The digit is surrounded by a halo of steel, as in the image below. Let me know if you have access to supply. Thanks!
  6. Anyone know where I can purchase a traditional Super Seven front grill emblem? These are typically laser-cut steel (preferably stainless), and feature the outline of a large "7" measuring about 7.5" tall and about 8" wide. The digit is surrounded by a halo of steel, as in the image below. Let me know if you have access to supply. Thanks!
  7. Not my cup of tea. Not Earl Grey. Not even Lipton. Reminds me of the Panoz aluminum-intensive roadster, only smaller and less pretty. I suppose you could buy it with the intention of performing rhinoplasty. You would end up with a sophisticated, obese Caterham. To me, that is mission failure for a Super Seven, which is supposed to provide light-as-possible, nerve-titillating, in-your-face performance. The Dare looks more like a pretender - a boulevardier rather than a track weapon - a car in search of character and possibly a really good stereo system.
  8. The Dare is already posted - check the "New" listings, up near the top.
  9. I MEANT TO QUOTE CROC: "Great video and glad you had a great experience first time out on track with the 620R. Love the circuit - a safer version of the Nurburging."
  10. Much like the Nurburgring, indeed, except for miles of safe, flat runoff. no monster pine trees (or ANY trees, for that matter), a paucity of traffic (especialy those lovely minivans and transits), manageable speeds, and a complete absence of Armco under your elbows. That 620R is a rare and wonderful bird, with similarly iridescent plumage. A terrific purchase, Cemaykan, and a car to keep for life - congratulations! I am also in the market for a road/track car, and recently, my attention has shifted to the Seven imaged below. I am seduced by the same attraction afflicting Kitca
  11. I contacted Marshall-Goodman regarding the Caterham 480 SV. It was sold before it ever hit the showroom floor. A customer was looking for a Caterham, and when one was traded in, management contacted the customer immediately. The customer agreed to the price, and the car was sold. The ads were just a precaution in the event the customer decided against the car.
  12. Remarkable, both the minutiae and the substantial departures that Beachman Racing and yourself have wreaked upon this incredible car. You remind me of Bill Fink, fitting monster LS1's and dozer Tremec trannies into the antiquated engine bays of long door classic Morgans. Bill's installations looked like factory jobs, and, indeed, Bill communicated closely with the factory and shared his improvements. His upgrades led to future changes in the Morgan line, including BMW V8 and Ford V6 motors, greatly strengthened frames and suspension enhancements. Are you communicating with the factory rega
  13. Very kind, Kitcat. Thanks so much. And imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so you are welcome to use my words anywhere.
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