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    Default What a nice State to live - no specialty or kit car hustle

    Go to their DMV department, bring your documents and bring lots of money.
    Boooooom!
    This state is open for business.
    Registered!
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    PLEASE, tell what state is so enlightened. May need it someday.

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    Its Busa!!! Long time no see. Hope your health is better?

    Its Florida and always will be. Wonderfully simplistic approach to life. May it always continue.
    Mike
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    Subtle license plate!
    '97 Caterham Super Sprint, 1700 Crossflow-sold
    '09 Birkin S3, Duratec-sold
    '03 Caterham Zetec track car

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    Thank you all!
    Yes, seems they will give you what you want just to move here. No pain in the ass registration not like my home state of Connecticut. I live their for 40 years, not a friendly state to register any specialty or kit car.
    I like this site, i don't belong to any forum except USA-7. I'm craving for another lotus-7 ... hahahahaha!
    I might go for supercharged caterham next time (if there is next time) -- if my wife will bless me.

    Six months ago I had a 2nd eye surgery (macular membrane issue) Scary thing. I have to find the best specialist in the world. I thought that was it.
    After my first surgery 2017, my eyes still having a problem. My depth of field and peripheral vision was distorted. I'm back to a decent vision not 100 % but in my age,
    its acceptable.
    Last month the first time I run my Atom at high speed at the Nascar bank of Miami Speedway. Its very scary, I never experience a Talladega like bank, hahaha!
    I have to learn driving my car again and gaining the confidence.
    I live just 10 minutes away from the speedway (vicinity near upper key largo).

    I retired, sold the business took the money and run fast. I opened a 529 accounts and dumped all the money for my grandchildren education. That's it, the 2nd page of my life in the sun fishing. I''m sure I will be drinking a screwdriver happy in my grave.
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    Nice teaser photo - can you post a few more photos please?

    Colorado is relatively easy, but you have to contact the right people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BusaNostra View Post
    I might go for supercharged caterham next time (if there is next time) -- if my wife will bless me.
    Iím certain sheíll bless you...for heavenís sake, you drive an Atom.

    Quote Originally Posted by BusaNostra View Post
    Six months ago I had a 2nd eye surgery (macular membrane issue) Scary thing. I have to find the best specialist in the world. I thought that was it.
    After my first surgery 2017, my eyes still having a problem. My depth of field and peripheral vision was distorted. I'm back to a decent vision not 100 % but in my age,
    its acceptable.
    Did you happen to mention to your doctor that you drive a car with eyeball-flattening acceleration?
    Stalker V8, chassis #85

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    "Did you happen to mention to your doctor that you drive a car with eyeball-flattening acceleration?"


    That's funny, I'm no Jeremy Clarkson and far from being a STIG either.
    I used to be a fearless rottweiler, can't do no shit anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMike View Post
    Nice teaser photo - can you post a few more photos please?

    Colorado is relatively easy, but you have to contact the right people.
    I did the turbo & methanol - 370hp @10.8psi -- 412hp @14psi
    No radio, no power steering no nothing!
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