This is the intent of this car. This package is set up for an owner to send us (The GT Guy LLC) their car and we remove the stock pieces and install the new GT3-S parts, fit and paint them and then return the car ready to go. This particular car has one of the actual Matech front fenders and fascia on it that was raced in the series. This is why you can see the fasteners from the outside and the headlights are different. In the production version that we are working on now you will not be able to see the fasteners and stock (OE) headlights will be used. Since these are the actual race car parts on this car that is why some of the fitment issues look a little off. The production parts will have the GT1-S fitment.Love them both, but would particularly like to graft that nose and headlights of the white car onto mine.
Yes, this is still in process for the GT1-S and the GT3-S.Wow, I guess there will be an option sheet for the GT3-S?
From the people we have spoken with so far they love it.Nice, but what does Ford think of this?
From earlier the GT3-S is meant to take an existing car and convert it into what you see. The GT1-S is planned to be a turn key car, meaning that Hofman Motorsports will find/buy the car, send it to us for the conversion and we will deliver to the new owner.Do they start with a Ford GT donor car?
Anything is possible.Throw a FIA Rollcage, and all the safety items needed & i'll buy a Race Car.....