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My first visit to the Westfield factory was December 2003, for the usual tour and a test drive. A few short hours later, I was on my way back up the M6, a build manual on the passenger seat and a cheque left safely behind as deposit for my starter kit. It;s been a great ten years of ownership in the meantime, with a car that's gone through quite a few changes and a lot of development. From the simple aeroscreened, stripped out road/track car with throttle bodied Redtop Vauxhall power, seen here near the end of it's build: It then saw a couple of short seasons in the Speed Series,
Hi all I previously build a Westfield back in 99 and sold it last year. What an idiot I hear you cry and you would be right so i'm building a new one. You guys seem to like build threads and i dont like to disapoint, but bear with me as the chassis arrives in eight weeks time,I havent got an engine yet and I am planning to spend about a year on it as and when funds allow, it could take awhile I'm in no rush and want it to be just right. This is my first attempt at using photo bucket and is a picture of my first car. Why did I sell it, So I could build another one maybe? If the p
Andy Bray posted a topic in Tech Talk“Smile – you’re in Sharjah!” Mmm, well that’s what the flowers spell out, next to Sharjah bus station. Sharjah’s the third largest State in the UAE, after Abu Dhabi and Dubai - and Mandy and I live and work here. It’s car friendly; low tax – hence cheaper to buy - affordable insurance, a cheap flat-rate annual registration (road tax equivalent), cheap speeding fines and extremely cheap fuel. So, on a visit to the Newark show last summer I handed my credit card to Simon at Westfield and ordered a Mega S2000. A colleague here who’s built a Cobra advised me to buy a kit where everyth