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Old 08-12-2016, 12:33   #1
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Evo 7 track car shell lightened/modified

Evo 7 lightened and modified track car shell. Lots of work done to this shell last year. 100s of hours and £££ have gone into it.
�Its fully road legal and has MOT until September. I have the full logbook in my name. No keys though as the keys were stolen so you'll need to fit a new lock set.

The price is £1500 and I'm located in Leicester. I can have it delivered at cost.


It's a bare shell with wings, doors and bumpers. However the doors are black and will need painting as the fibreglass doors have now been sold.

Mods as follows:
�Lexan rear window
Carbon vortex generator
Odyssey race battery
Alloy boot floor and rear firewall
Flocked dash
Quick release front end
Quick release front bumper
Lightened wiring loom
Internal braided brake lines
Fully undersealed
Painted inside

The front panel is now removable. Bolt off along with the rad, intercooler and headlights for easy engine removals or repairs. The headlight loom has a connected to allow everything on the front panel to remain plugged in. It's been strengthened around the towing point.

Spare wheel well and parcel shelf have been cut out. Custom alloy one piece firewall that can be removed if required. Boot floor has an alloy sheet with framework to support it along with a tow strap mounting point behind the number plate which is removable.

The underside was taken back to bare metal with a wire wheel and then rust bullet applied. Filling this it was coated with black under seal.

The wiring loom has been stripped back and all abs/Ayc and aircon wires removed. Also removed unnecessary engine bay connectors so the engine loom is very simple and neat. 5kg in total was removed. All wiring has also been nearly wrapped and looks so much better than oem.

The car was re painted in oem white inside and out but obviously the doors need painting now. The rear arches were rolled at this time to allow for wider wheels if required. Scuttle panel and roof strips were also painted gloss black to freshen them up. Engine bay and around the struts at the rear has also been seam welded before painting. Rear strut brace also welded in.

Oem evo 7 front bumper has quick latches on the sides for easy removal. Just two quick latches and two 10mm bolts and it's off. Arch liners were cut level with the bumper to make it easier but you could change these back if you'd like.�
Inside there is the complete dash with all bits flocked, although there is some damage to the flocking. Still looks great at a glance. Loom all intact. The brake lines are braided and they run inside the car and are fitted with and adjustable bias valve for the rear. There was a cusco roll cage fitted and plates were welded in for this. Easy to fit another.

To make this shell roll you would need subframes, suspension, suspension arms, hubs and wheels. I have hubs and will throw these in for full asking price. I don't have any other parts to help it roll. It is on a trolley at the moment and I can have it delivered at a cost.

Overall this is a great base for a project car if you're into track days or maybe even racing/time attack.

Any questions please ask.































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Old 10-12-2016, 18:47   #2
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Good project for someone here.
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Old 13-12-2016, 09:14   #4
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bit of subject, but them quick release buttons on the front bumper.

have you any pics of how they fix withing the wing? considered doing this myself.
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Old 13-12-2016, 23:21   #5
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They are just fitted to where the wing bolts to the chassis. Had to make an alloy bracket to strengthen it.
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Old 14-12-2016, 16:01   #6
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If I had the space & extra cash this would be a perfect spare shell
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Old 17-12-2016, 12:12   #7
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Stunning car mate good luck with sale
Is the boot & rear wing for sale
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Old 19-12-2016, 13:02   #9
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Thanks mate. Boot and wing already sold.
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Need this gone asap!
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Always come up for sale at the wrong time, I've spent to much time & money on mine or would of had this, and if I had more space a perfect spare shell
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Lol, you know you want it.
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