The kit has everything you need to build your own Exocet.
Except, of course, for the Mazda MX5. Trademe‘s a great place to find one. Or you could talk to Ross at MX5 Mart, he can provide everything donor related that you could need, from a complete car to a “donor pack” to a wheel nut.
In the kit you’ll receive: a fully-bracketed chassis and integral roll bar, alloy floor panels, alloy transmission tunnel, front and rear bulkheads, side panels, grille mesh, four wing mounts, nut and bolt pack, roll of brake pipe and high pressure hose, roll of fuel pipe, roll of edge trim, p clips, self tappers and rivets, PU adhesive, GRP bonnet, nose, rear panel and wings, vinyl graphics set, head lights, indicators, brake and rear position lights, rear light cluster housing, number plate light, reflectors, wing mirrors, rear view mirror, wheel spacers and seat belts.
No serious skills or tools are needed. Just a generous serving of enthusiasm. The basic build time is around 100 hours.
The fully comprehensive kit is $14,500
Powder coating in several colours available for chassis
Colour coded GRP seats