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Hello I thank all of you for posting your info in my last post. It helped a lot! So now I need to ask you some other questions about cars in general.

What is the definition of a production car (the # required to be called production)?
What makes a car "street leagl"?

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ferrarikid said:
What is the definition of a production car (the # required to be called production)?
I'd say, anything more than ten and the manufacturer publishes some sort-of sales literature about it.

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What makes a car "street legal"?
When it complies with the country's rules and regulations for public roadway use (ie: all lights, exhaust silencing and nowadays, emissions control, safety items like seat-belts, etc...).
 

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What is the definition of a production car (the # required to be called production)?

Well, you have homologation specials that are only made for that purpose and are of limited run. I would say anything more than 500 or so. That leaves a 288 GTO and a F50 as specials and a F40 as production cars. Other definition can be the fact that up front the production numbers are already known or not.


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The Enzo is only being made to a production number of 399 ove a 5 year period. This number was not chosen at random.

"Street Legal" means you can drive it in your local area without worrying about the cops.



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