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    Hey everyone. My names Alex... yes another one... and I'm a sophomore at the University of Delaware. I have been interested in the Attack ever since I found the K1 site a while back. I am gonna get one as soon as they come out. I haven't decided what engine config. I'm gonna go with, but I listed a few ideas in the other forum. I've owned 3 Hondas, all modified. I currently own a del sol. Well thats it, but does anyone have any idea when they will have the hard top proto out? Thanks.

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    As far as I know they are working hard to get the current kit/top ready for production and they haven't worked on a hard top. You should email them and let us know what they say.

    Never can have too many Alex's, welcome to the site. What are you studying at the university?
    Alex Lear administrator


    • #3
      I sent them an e-mail just now... I am weighing the different options... if I like the design of the coupe I might go for that, if only for weather and security concerns. This car for me will be outside 24/7 although I am gonna get a car cover for it.
      I am studying exercise physiology right now and I want to get into Visual Communications.

      BTW. How sound proof is this car going to be? Like in other cars you have insulation to prevent air and sound from getting in.. Sound may not be a problem but I dont wanna drive it when its 32 degrees out outside and inside the car
      And is anyone planing on transplanting an auto climate control system from another car into the attack?


      • #4
        I too want a hard top version, it will pretty much be my daily driver next to my Fiero and the winters of Maine are not that kind, 18+ inches of snow and freezing temperatures all the time.
        So what's going in my Attack?
        "Project Blitzkrieg"
        Top Secret nowadays

        In the meantime: 2003 Mazda 6S, debadged, demolded, Hurst T-handle shifter, MSD Stacker-8 Ignition, 160F t-stat, throttle body grounded and coolant bypassed, blackened headlights, Boston Acoustic ProSeries 6.5 component speakers. 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT, 77,000 original miles, hole in the V6 block to be remedied with a built 350 V8 and GM 462 double-hump heads.