|Factory built or DIY|
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Bailey sells its cars in the following ways: Kit Form, Turn key Minus and
Individual components are supplied to the customer
Assembly manual included
Minimum of Chassis, Body and suspension parts must be purchased
Car almost complete but excludes engine and gearbox
Usually engine management is excluded depending on engine
Car is built to customers spec and is ready to drive car
The gt40 and 917 are available in kit form. Although there is a minimum order of chassis, body and all suspension components. Different stages of the kit can how ever be purchased at different intervals. The kits have a C,A,D based instruction manual accompanying them up to the stage in which the kit was bought.
The kits do fit together with ease and it not essential to have an engineering back ground. But some previous automotive experience does help.
Basic work shop tools are required but no welding is necessary.
Some tools specific to Bailey are available from us.
Please email Bailey Cars for the specific kit price list and any questions you may have regarding lead time and availability.
Turn key minus
The turn key minus car can be built to any stage that the customer requires.
I.e.: body work, aluminum cladding and all electrics fitted by Bailey Cars. But final jobs such as fitting suspension, brake lines and engine to be done by the customer
We are pretty flexible and try to suit the needs of the individual as best as possible.
The most common form of turn key that we supply is the complete car excluding engine and gear box.
Please email Bailey Cars for the specific turn key price list and any questions you may have regarding lead time and availability.
The Bailey turn key car is a fully customized car for every customer. As many options are available.
Please see the list of options on the gt40 and 917 page of the Bailey Cars website.
For a quote please email us with your choice of complete car.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 12 September 2010 19:10|
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