Our Lemons Escort was $300 plus another $1000 for cage and seat maybe another $500 in bolted on parts We also have a couple of spare engines, tranny, sets of wheels and all that. Probably have $3000 in stuff all up. We race it like we stole it. we figured we would get a couple of racases out of it, but its done 6. » 10/21/14 7:41pm 15 minutes ago

since you are getting good advice about the job, I would like to hear more about the cruise. We are taking a Carnival cruise over Thanksgiving. We've cruised once with a celebrity and once with Norwegian. Our sites are set low and we basically just want to take a long boat ride with the kids. » 10/20/14 8:53pm Yesterday 8:53pm

Own? Hell, we race ours. Have done 6 LeMons races with it. That is most likely a 1.9 as I don't think they made a GT with four doors. Ours started with 150k miles on it before it started racing. I have huge respect for the things now. The engines are tough. Really tough. As are the transmissions. » 10/20/14 7:23pm Yesterday 7:23pm

Radio Le Mans was reporting that the fuel line was in the cabin with the driver and that he wasn't thrilled one bit. They also said that the team plans on running the car in China. Now, from what I know about composites and high heat, which is quite a bit actually, I would be surprised to see that monocoque back on… » 10/16/14 3:18pm Thursday 3:18pm

My wife is a driver and wrenches on our LeMons car. She's done so since we started 5 or six years ago. If you want to drive the race car you have to work on the race car. She's not the one to pull the motor, but she isn't afraid to get in there. She had a good basic background growing up on how to change oil and… » 10/16/14 2:44pm Thursday 2:44pm