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Fun Car

Brighton, Michigan USA
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Fun Car is the maker of the Sportech and the Twintech.


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The original designed Sportech sports car has appeared in more than a dozen magazines, two books and two calendars. The prototype has been test driven by Jackie Stewart at the Ford Motor Company Proving Grounds in Dearborn Michigan. Powered by Suzuki motorcycle engines ranging from 1107cc to 1325cc, they propel the Sportech from 0 to 60mph in 4 seconds.

The last of six to be built is available with a GSXR 1107 with a turbocharger making 250hp. This car is 100lbs lighter (1100) and should run 11 second quarter mile times. Not for the faint of heart! The carbon fiber/Kevlar body is Viper Red with a tan leather interior.

The Twintech will take you from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds, and only weighs 1120 pounds.

(source: FunCar)


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Nicsen2872 days ago

LOL, Fun Car sounds like a car mke for kids, like...... Umm.....
Oh yeah, Quake.
Quake is a concept car make, just like, Tang Hua and I think Quaire.

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