Designed for track days: The CR4 can also be driven on the road.
SPURRED on by the success of Holden’s Elfin Streamliner MS8 Roadster, Sydney-based kit car outfit Classic Revival has created its own niche road-racer known as the CR4 Sports. According to Classic Revival managing director Ian Denner, the company plans to build about 25 CR4 Sports annually, pricing it from $68,000. A prototype of the car has just been finished to comply with low-volume regulations under Australian Design Rules and Classic Revival has already taken two orders. ...continued
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