Just so you know, there aren't too many companies that make these things for retail consumption. Most are scratch-built by hobbyists. From what I have seen, the ones that are acually manufactured for sale frequently top $2500.
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I'm pretty sure it was a site for some engineering university's Formula SAE project, but it was a scratch-built 1/4 scale DOHC V8 complete with scratch-built and kevlar-wrapped mid engine transaxle. I don't think I have the bookmark anymore.
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