Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
10/20/05 2:14 p.m.

As the GT6 is in such complete and honestly, real good shape, the decision has been made to get the car up and running before disassembly. This will give us a good idea of what shape everything is in and what will need additional attention.

Mechanically, there seems to be very little wrong. One front shock mount is broken, the shift lever bushing has failed and the clutch slave cylinder is frozen. Other than that, fluid changes and a fresh set of tires could conceivably get the GT6 race ready. Naturally, we wouldn't go out racing in a car that has sat so long, but we can at least run it around our test track at slow speeds a few times to see what the car feels like.

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