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The Exocet from Mills Extreme Vehicles Ltd is designed around a one donor principle.

A Mazda MX5 is used to provide all the following components for use in the Exocet;

Donor Components;

  • Engine
  • Gearbox
  • Handbrake & cables
  • Instruments
  • Prop shaft
  • Drive shafts
  • front & rear uprights
  • hubs
  • brakes
  • wishbones
  • shock absorbers
  • springs
  • fuel tank
  • fuel pump
  • fuel cap
  • seat belts
  • steering column & wheel
  • steering rack
  • exhaust
  • pedal assembly
  • wiring harness
  • ecu
  • seats
  • radiator
  • wheels/tyres
  • battery

All other donor items can be sold on.

MEV Ltd market the Exocet with this in mind and list items that you can sell to claw back the overal build cost which they estimate to start from £2000 (Feb 2011)

The fully comprehensive kit includes

  • Fully bracketed chassis & integral roll bar
  • alloy floor panels
  • alloy transmission tunnel
  • front & rear bulkheads
  • side panels
  • grille mesh
  • 4 wing mounts
  • nut & bolt pack
  • roll of brake pipe
  • roll of edge trim
  • p clips
  • self tappers & rivets
  • GRP bonnet
  • rear cover
  • lower rear panel and wings
  • vinyl graphics set
  • colour choices: yellow, orange, black, white, red, light green, 

Optional Extras

Powder coated chassis (black gloss only)
Pair of colour matched GRP seats
Full lighting set including steel tube mountings with end caps & projector type high/low beam headlight and rear reflectors



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