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Vindicator Cars - Sprint
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Name Cost £'s Years Months Hours Opinion
Andi Crampton 7500 0 3 100 I happen to be the origonal owner of the pictured car wich was mainly factory bulid from the origonal stables location if any one is interested in tracingthis cars history i would be more than happy to help as this was my pride and joy at the tender age of 18 and the insurance was still more than affordable wow nice to see this car again
John Webster 7000 0 6 230 The build was very easy, and in terms of the quality of the car in relation to the 7000 build cost, I think it is very good.In my opinion, the finished car has excellent road holding combined with a comfortable ride. I have done several long haul trips to kit car shows - there and back in the same day with no discomfort.
russell moulder 7500 1 2 350 Relatively easy build (I have no previous mechanical knowledge) due to the good build manual, and helpful staff. Some extra time needed to get the shut lines correct. Took the expensive option in going for 2.0 Zetec, and primarily new parts (with pinto, and more donor vehicle parts, average cost in the owners club is 4k - 5.5k). Much more spacious than any other '7', also seems to hold the road better than most, while not feeling harsh. Let down a bit by being heavy (650kgish), but is worth it for the solid, stiff feel. Large boot is practical (can fit the spare in with minor modification, and still fit a tent, sleeping bag and a change of clothes!) Overall, as practical as a '7' gets, with the handling and performance to match its (slightly quirky)looks

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