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  1. Car sold, thanks USA7s! I'll let the new owner make the announcement himself. I'll be back with even more power after I make some whiskey in an alcohol burning Seven! Karl
  2. OK, to see if I can get some more interest, at the asking price I'll include the trailer ($15,000 replacement cost). It's the perfect size for a Caterham and since it is aluminum, easy to tow. 2010 Featherlite 1610 16' long, 7' High Warn Winch (easy to get the car in with this) 2 Marine Batteries 2 Solar Pannels RB Components Cabinets and Tire Rack Aluminum Floor Extended Ramp Security Lock On Side Door Tekonsha Prodigy RF Wireless Trailer Brake Controller http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/IMG00119-20110514-1756.jpg http://i913.photobucket.c
  3. Not exactly my still, it's still in production, but the same design.
  4. Seriously, who doesn't want to go 0-60 in 2.8 seconds?
  5. http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps01f27261.jpg http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps52411365.jpg http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps937d46f2.jpg http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps92d4f403.jpg
  6. I got the a-arm foils from MOG-Racing.com. I had to cut about 1/2 inch off of the bottom lip to make them fit (at Joachim's recommendation). Through a series of complex aerodynamic testing behind Tom and Mike, I have been able to calculate an addition of 1 pound of down force at 135 mph! But they sure look good! Karl
  7. Mike, You should try Cleveland Whiskey. It's a bit of an Ohio hit and they have been doing well with it.
  8. I could not make it to Bergen Maserati Cars & Coffee (working on the distillery) but hear it was well attended. http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac336/blubarisax/f685aeab-2995-47c7-9793-0f2525e76aaa_zps87fff21e.jpg
  9. Well, the "heads" from the distillation make an excellent solvent.
  10. My latest thought is to age the Bourbon barrels in the passenger seat of the Caterham on track. Tom tells me aging Bourbon on an ocean going ship is all the rage, so 1.5g in the corners should really work! That would definitely make it tax deductible. Then if I sell the car to Denning's Point Distillery, and our friends in the government extend the 179 deduction I can expense the car all at once. Shazam, 40% of the sale cost comes right off my personal income taxes. Croc, as a CFO can you approve this plan? Hopefully, 500# of Bourbon onboard won't hurt my lap times. Karl
  11. Unfortunately, current laws do not allow me to sell by mail order... Maybe someday.
  12. I think I should check with an account on the deduction rules!
  13. Here is a little article about Denning's Point Distillery. If I park the car inside the distillery as an attraction, does it become tax deductible?
  14. I have come to the point where I need to explore selling my beloved Caterham to fund a new business venture (Whiskey Distillery). At this point I'm not desperate to part with it, but I promised the wife I would not dip into the retirement/savings for startup funds. So, here is what I have. 2009 Caterham SV (Built by Caterham USA in late 2010) About 5,000 miles, perhaps 2,000 track miles. Engine: - Cosworth/Duratec 2.3L (267 HP at the wheels) - 13:1 Compression (yes race gas) - SBD Hot Cams - SBD Light Weight Flywheel - SBD Race Clutch - MBE 9A4 Open ECU - Carbon
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