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This page last updated on or about 11-15-07
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What makes a car dangerous?

Usually it's the driver.

Some too young or too old or too inexperienced. Or too angry or reckless.

This car's driver was self-trained and practiced in high-speed maneuvers, plus knew his car's capabilities like no other could-- as he designed and built all its after-market modifications himself. He was also armed with state-of-the-art gear in terms of intelligence and communications and weaponry.

Sometimes it's the raw power.

In raw performance and endurance terms this car easily matched and surpassed Shelby GT-350s.

Sometimes it's radical equipment the likes of which no one's seen before.

In real world tricks and gadgets this car far surpassed the Batmobile and Bond car fantasies.

Sometimes it's the circumstances.

This car's owner actively sought out adventures and challenges-- and found them.

This real life supercar of the 20th century may still remain unsurpassed overall in the 21st-- as of 2007.

A summary of this car in its prime would have included an integrated roll cage, numerous passive and active stealth features, certain anti-pursuit options, combination expert driver and decent onboard mechanic, race car level aerodynamics adapted to survive both real world streets and a dash of off-road action, robust cornering power, acceleration and deceleration curves superior to most other cars of its time, superlative self-repair and adaptation possibilities in the field, a most unusual level and array of firepower, and more.

To learn more about the car and its owner-builder, check out the links below.

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