The kit car industry has evolved over the decades from simple mail-order fiberglass bodies, to nearly turn-key automobiles. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '76 Blakely was originally a kit, but does its current price mean some assembly's required?
Yesterday we went shopping at the five and dime and came away with '72 Datsun that provided a full 82% of your daily requirement of Nice Price. That 510 was also chock full of minerals - mostly iron and aluminum - as represented by a trifecta of OHC four-bangers, as well as a bunch of other fiddly bits to get your naughty bits all a tingling. You know what else might set your x-rated stuff to vibrating? How about a vintage Lotus Seven-homage kit car that's about as close to driving naked as you can get?