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Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus gives glimpse of SCG004CS

Road-going version of carbon-fiber three-seat race car

Let's recap what's coming from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus. The small-batch U.S. manufacturer showed the 004S last November, a carbon-fiber bodied, 2,600-pound, three-seater road car that comes with a gated, six-speed manual but offers a paddle-shifter as a cost option. A track-only version called the 004C will be developed to run in GTE, GTLM, GT3, and GT4 racing, as well as Germany's VLN series that includes Nürburgring races in the SPX class. Then we have the 004CS, which is the road-go

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Glickenhaus SCG004S will have a Nissan GT-R engine

The Nissan engine was chosen for its reliability

Glickenhaus will equip the 004S with a tuned Nissan GT-R VR38DETT V6. This means a bump in power, as the 650-horsepower estimate for the V8 can now be substituted with a 690hp figure.

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Glickenhaus Boot to conquer volcanos, deserts — and the Bering Strait

It doesn't need roads, or even dry land

While it doesn't need roads, or even dry land, it'll be road legal

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Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus to build modern version of the Baja Boot

An off-roader that was raced by Steve McQueen.

A far cry from custom Ferraris.

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Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus earns right to build $2 million cars in US

NHTSA gives SCG the go-ahead to build road cars

At first there will be a handful cars made, and you can choose from three versions at $2M each.

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Glickenhaus predicts Nurburgring lap record for SCG003

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus thinks the street version of its SCG 003 might be able to lap the Nürburgring Nordschleife in as little as 6 minutes and 30 seconds. The company extrapolates that from an estimated 6:42 lap around the complete course in race trim.

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James Glickenhaus' SCG 003 undisguised in street and track form

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is showing off the SCG 003 undisguised for the first time in both street and track trim. The company's latest project can reportedly swap engines to go between the road and the circuit.