Brabham BT62 Supercar Road Compliance Conversion

Jan 10, 2019

Category: Rides

Usually, high-performance racing vehicles are beautiful machines chained to race tracks, but Brabham is giving you a shot to unleash one with their new Road Compliance Conversion option. The British racing car manufacturer is giving car enthusiasts a chance to convert their Brabham BT62 Supercars into street-legal beasts.

Catering to their customers’ wishes of wanting to drive their BT62 supercars to and from the track, Brabham’s conversion option will make the necessary road-legal modifications. Furthermore, Brabham will tweak the car to make it more road-friendly by adding a front and rear axle lift kit, air conditioning, door locks, immobilizers, additional upholstery, as well as upgrading the steering lock range. The modifications will add weight to the speed demon, but its 5.4-liter V8 will sustain a powerful 700 horsepower output. And, if you change your mind, everything can be reversed. The conversion will cost $191,500, in addition to the $1.3 million price tag of the vehicle.

Purchase: $191,500

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