Do-it-yourself car enthusiasts attending the 2014 Montreal International Auto Shown in January will have the opportunity to check out the new Tomahawk, a cutting-edge two-seat sports car being unveiled by Dubuc Super Light Car (SLC).
The Dubuc SLC Tomahawk features a 300-lbs aluminum monocoque frame, bonded and bolted, with an ultra-light polymer body, ready to receive a Corvette C4 suspension components. If you happen to like Canadian bacon just a little too much, don’t worry, the kit includes an erg-dynamically designed cockpit, which, according to the manufacturer, can comfortably fit a 6’3, 275-lbs driver.
Taking the notion of “some assembly required” to a whole new level, the complete rustproof body and frame kit funs $19,995 and typically takes between 1,500 and 2,000 hours to assemble. According to the manufacturer, by the time you merge a ‘vette motor with their kit you could be cruising around in your own sleek supercar for less than $30,000.
If you’d prefer a supercar that both turns heads AND is environmentally friendly, then this may be the kit car for you. The Tomahawk is designed to handle either an electric or gasoline engine.