Volume I, Issue 2, Page 73

Building a racecar out of street steel is all one way. Making a streetcar out of purpose-built racer means that you must travel two roads -- civilizing the competition machine while keeping a tight rendition of its former self. Why would someone do that? What could be more intimidating than a “racecar” on the street? We mean a street-legal piece with a steel body, real glass in the window holes, mirrors and directional signals, and everything or anything of the sort, including a horn. When you do this in New York State, it's like dealing with the Feds. You give them everything; they look for ways to screw you up.