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02-05-2016 08:04 PM
NEW INTERIORS Sad thing is.. I don't think anyone can sell something they don't make anymore.. If one does get in a wreak someone better be very good with making glass fenders without a mold...

It can be done by someone that know how to pull it off ...
02-05-2016 10:51 AM
JGK95
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Originally Posted by Irelands child View Post
As nice as that car is, it still has the stigma of 'Street Beast' which unfortunately will put a bunch of folks off - especially when they can find closer replicas that can use OEM or most after market parts that fit the '33/'34 Fords.

It is what it is as there are many really well built Street Beast 'kits' built!!!!
IC,

Time heals all wounds. When people asked me about our car, I used to explain the backstory of Street Beast. It was almost as if they had never heard of the villainous fraudulent manufacturer. Now, I proudly tell them that it's a glass Kustom '34 roadster. The end result is always the same. People smile and appreciate what they look at. To those that know and ask if it's a street beast, I am always very upfront and tell them that it started out as one but then it became even cooler. It became mine and my vision.

Jay K.
02-05-2016 09:56 AM
Irelands child As nice as that car is, it still has the stigma of 'Street Beast' which unfortunately will put a bunch of folks off - especially when they can find closer replicas that can use OEM or most after market parts that fit the '33/'34 Fords.

It is what it is as there are many really well built Street Beast 'kits' built!!!!
02-05-2016 09:42 AM
JGK95 I hope he gets it! That way he may recoup about a third of what he put into it.
02-05-2016 04:45 AM
Berkeley why can't they be cut at floorboards in back of front fender and another nose put on? Think the nose is a little longer.
02-04-2016 05:35 PM
whinny That's one cool car.

Later gator
Russ
02-04-2016 02:29 PM
Rodnit
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Originally Posted by impalaman63 View Post
Attachment 274233
This guy wants $31,500.00 for a streetbeasts car.
Looks like a nice car and could very well be worth close to the asking price depending on the quality of components they used in the built.

For the most part, I've seen them sell anywhere from $18k - $40k.........
02-04-2016 12:20 PM
impalaman63 Attachment 274233
This guy wants $31,500.00 for a streetbeasts car.
02-03-2016 02:23 PM
BuzzLOL Same goes for new cars... any scratch or dent on the main body and it's crushed... can't sell fixed new cars anymore...
02-03-2016 02:18 PM
Rodnit SB has a one piece body. It is an entity amongst itself. I've often wondered the same thing. I bet it would be deemed totaled...... Especially if a fender is laying on the ground in a million pieces....
02-03-2016 01:10 PM
BuzzLOL It's fibreglas... just fix it...
02-03-2016 11:12 AM
brickyardboy
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Originally Posted by impalaman63 View Post
What happens if you have a streetbeasts car and you have a accident? Will other fiberglass parts from other company's match up to a streatbeasts car. (I don't think so)
Good luck with that! The Street Beast body was unlike any other, to my knowledge, and will not interchange with any other car. Common body parts from an actual '33-'34 will not retro-fit on these cars. I'm not sure about other glass bodied cars.
02-03-2016 10:15 AM
impalaman63 What happens if you have a streetbeasts car and you have a accident? Will other fiberglass parts from other company's match up to a streatbeasts car. (I don't think so)
11-24-2015 02:54 PM
raecarl@live.com Me. too! You are exactly right. I think what really ticked people off, to create all this complaining, is the way in the end Street Beast finances went. The other thing is people who are ill prepared or not talented enough to pull a project like this off. Of course they will get angry! I love mine! And I built all of it myself!
05-07-2015 01:24 AM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by JGK95 View Post
So the answer to the question is. . .


Here's our Beast's motor mounts:

. That frame mount looks super strong... and the design can be altered as needed to make it go wherever it has to go to meet up with other engines...
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