The front, with its pedestrian safe wings and illegal headlight configuration.
The back! I don't actual know what laws this would break, but I'm sure there are a few.
The very back. Not like the 3/4 back in any way.
One interesting detail is the steering rack. The caster angle was intentional, but eventually the rack had to be dropped in order to protect the seat mounts from getting knocked of in the event of an accident. This made the steering... robust, shall we say?
The other major complaint was the lack of rear visibility, as shown from the perspective of the wing mirror.
What truly doomed the car, though, was the 5 litre supercharged V12. Conveniently plunked into a car whose weight was comparable to a fridge freezer unit.
This is one of the last 4 of the original run of 56. Only because it never had it's gas tank or electrics installed.
Thanks for visiting! At this point we suggest running away. Run fast. And far.
Now how on Earth, or a ceiling, can this car be unsafe or illegal? V12 in a car that weighs the same as any high school student, zero visibility to the rear as if you'd need it (see previous statement), and a glovebox to put... Wait, what? No glovebox? Five point harness and no glovebox? Now that's just mad! Nice one Senator!
Loving all of the angles in the cage. I've spotted just one problem, the driver's bottom looks to be perilously close to the ground. Is the seat provided with a particularly padded cushion to absorb the knocks?