We’ve got a beautiful RW Speedster in the shop getting a new top. But I got a few snapshots in before the work got started. Take a look…
We were pleased to see our customers’ RW Speedster highlighted in the November/December issue of the new publication ReinCarNation. Check out pages 28-33 to read about the customer’s story and for details on this car.
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We’ve been looking forward to the end of the work week. How about you? Have a great weekend!
Last month, one of our customers showed their RW Speedster at this year’s Las Vegas Red Rock Concours D’Elegance. This event is a fundraiser for Operation Homefront. They sent us a picture of the car on the golf course and it certainly looks like it’s in good company.
Here is a video showing some scenes their inaugural event last year. Looks like a bunch of fun for a good cause!
For a recent delivery, our custom asked to have roll bars added to their RW Speedster. This was a little challenging because it was custom fabrication and installation to customer requirements on a fully painted and 95% completed vehicle. But we think it came out sweet. The specs?
- Removable Custom twin hoop roll bar
- 1 ½ “ Chromalloy tubing
- Mig welded construction
- 4 point location connection to frame
- Custom grommets and stainless steel trim
- Chrome finish
Take a closer look!
We’re enjoying these a lot around here. Hope you are too. Here’s another installment of wallpaper (or screen savers) featuring our cars.
To download, click on the image you want to open it in a new window. Use the cursor to zoom on the image and make it full size. Right mouse click to “Save image as…” and save to your computer. Then personalize your desktop display! Enjoy!
Several of us around the office enjoy pictures of beautiful cars on our computer screens. So we decided to make some wallpaper to share. Here are a few to start, featuring the RW Speedster in classic Porsche champagne yellow. Come back to visit us again, as we’ll have more to share.
To download, click on the image you want to open it in a new window. Use the cursor to zoom on the image and make it full size. Right mouse click to “Save image as…” and save to your computer. Then personalize your desktop display! We hope you enjoy them.