Thanks, 0302!(&#. I have a full cage in the car. It's padded with high-density SFI padding, which in my opinion makes it safer than the steel roofline, A-pillar and B-pillar, relative to head injuries -- and much safer from a rollover standpoint. I don't understand the guys who argue that there's some sort of additional danger with cages or roll bars. Many street legal cars come with them. The proportion of auto accident deaths related to rollovers is extremely high.
I am also building a RS Clone, based on a 1983 911SC, that I also want to use both for daily driving and on the track. One question - do you leave the roll bar in your car for daily driving. I have heard some opinions that this is not a good idea.
Gearing up to restore another 911 and started coming back to the site regularly. I was looking for a post that Warren Hall had posted, actually to you about what to have on a long 911 trip that I remember from way back when you first went after your first car. When I searched for threads started by you, there was nothing earlier than about 2001. Then I searched for threads to which Warren had posted and found that almost all of his posts have been removed. Is that correct? Are you guys planning to publish something from his body of work? Maybe its just a storage thing, but I for one really still trust Warren's advice. Would be great to still have access to it. Glad to see you are doing well and are still very active.