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Sector111 has announced it will unveil the first US-built BAC Mono at the upcoming Cars and Coffee in Irvine, California. The car was built from a knock-down kit, and Sectior111 says the company's allocation of 2012 Mono units has completely sold out. It's currently taking orders for 2013 models. As you may recall, the single-seat, street-legal racer tips the scales at a mere 1,190 pounds, and gets around your favorite track thanks to thrust from a 280-horsepower 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine worked up by the minds at Cosworth. If that sounds like a party to you, best head to Irvine tomorrow for a look.

A little over a year ago, BAC announced it was partnering with Sector111 to bring its heathen machine to our shores, albeit in very low numbers. The company shipped just 12 knockdown kits to the states. Check out the brief press release below, and be sure to tell us if you get to see the machine in the flesh.
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Sector111 to Unveil BAC Mono at Cars & Coffee – Irvine on Jan 19, 2013

January 15, 2013

Temecula, CA-Sector111, LLC, the exclusive importer of the BAC Mono, will unveil the Mono this Saturday at Cars & Coffee in Irvine, CA. This weekly, two hour event has become a popular show that draws true car fans from all over the world. The Mono is expected to be very well received. Sector111 has fully assembled this first Mono from a complete knock-down kit.

"The BAC Mono is a purist sports car that looks stunning in person," stated Shinoo Mapleton, President of Sector111. "Cars&Coffee is a casual event attended by real car fanatics so I am excited to host the first USA unveiling with this crowd of enthusiasts."

Sector111 is responsible for sales, build and service of the BAC Mono for the North American and Mexican market. Their Mono allocation for 2012 was completely sold out and the company is now taking deposits for their 2013 allocation.

To learn more about Sector111, LLC, visit their website at: www.Sector111.com

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      hopefully it's warm tomorrow morning
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      Arturo Rios Jr.
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      This is what I need in order to replace my motorcycle, I need something just as fast, light but a bit less dangerous. The problem with this will probably be the price.
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      where does the wife sit?
      Frazgo Fraz
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      Its really slick looking and appears it would be a ton of fun. A couple of questions. Is it street legal in all 50 states? Does it meet CARB's strict emissions limits for use on the streets in CA? Just askin'
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      Forget Tickets, I would see Jail time in my future
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      Not sure if it was because of this post, or that it's finally over 40F this time of day, but C&C was PACKED today. They had the Mono parked next to an Evora and an Atom. The Atom is clearly more minimalist designwise. This thing has all sorts of 'racy' details, like aerodynamic floors, roll hoop/intake, center exhaust over the transaxle, etc.
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      other than the a-arms i'd take the superlite nemesis and keep the change for hookers and blow.
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      Went to see the car this morning - looks amazing in person! Here's a video for those who missed it- http://youtu.be/kC9t6aPw-w8
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