My Locost Seven 5.0L “Hot Rod”. took 6 years.

My Locost Seven 5.0L “Hot Rod”. took 6 years.

Finished Product

As is typical, finished product first. It took me 6 years to build over the course of moving to 5 different residences. It was terrible dragging it around, but I'm very pleased with the final product. It is a "book" frame, which means that it came from a cut list that is smaller than many locosts. The original plan and cutlist are sevenesque.com/plans/. After the frame is built, you're on your own, but locostusa.com will really help out if you choose to build one.
The engine and transmission are just sitting there, not mounted.
The rear end is also just sitting in there. It is an IRS subframe from a miata. Later it receives an 8.8 LSD rear chunk from a thunderbird.
Moved the car 10 hrs away.
Skipped a few steps without some pics at this point. Sorry.
Moved the car again, another 11 hrs. Started putting on rollcage.
poof, done in a day.
Size comparison against 2011 Mustang. Sorry, we were out of bananas. At this point, it can be driven. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au103H-fph8
No more rusty frame.
Getting it going.
Moved another 2.5 hrs away.
Stripping bits down only to build it back up.
Almost done with the outside paneling. The hood still exists, but that fiberglass piece on top didn't work out.
The interior doesn't look like much here, but it is a work in progress.
Panels ready for paint.
Before Paint.
Painted panels
After paint.
Finished!
Finished Product!
Finished Interior. Rocks are from the test drives.
Finished Product!
Source : automayt from Reddit