I haven't been posting all that much [photos at least] of what we have been up lately, primarily because I am buried in projects... but this one is too cool to not post, and it doesnt splash any "secret sauce" around .
Long story short, we were contracted about a year ago to supply a Viper powertrain, manufacture or modify a number of components for "show" [Polished parts, fuel rails, etc] and build a standalone Pectel Engine Management System and custom wiring harness for a 1930 Rolls Royce V-10 Resto-Mod, and then complete the installation on location in West Michigan.
I have just received some up to date pictures now that the paint and interior has been completed. The car is a full restoration with many custom pieces built on a tube frame chassis, and uses a 2004 Viper powertrain. This car was built to be a driver, and all of the problematic original parts have been redesigned or replaced. More or less, it is an original body and design mixed with a new-tech chassis and drivetrain. This car even has heat, A/C, and all of the bells and whistles that go along with professional motorsports electronics.
The car will be shown at the Detroit Autorama in March for anyone interested and local! It is currently at 99%, with just a few minor thins to finish.
Here you go: