Dragon SeriesII Roadster -

The ULTIMATE COMPONENT SPORTS CAR

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NEW Series II Spoiler Option: Design & Development of the early Dragon Series I:

Development of Series I
 
  NEW Dragon Series II:      
SeriesII Roadster: Development and Details The Frame  
SeriesII Build in progress The Kit  
SeriesII Body in Progress The Fit  
SeriesII Chassis Preview   Engine Bay

Set-up and Tuning
 
  Click here to take the NEW Dragon for a spin(200k Quick TIme Movie)  
SeriesII Kits and Pricing Soft Top Dragon Motor Cars, LLC

P. O. Box 8 / 244 Walker Road

Grantham, NH 03753.............603-863-5272
 
Dragon Tale-John's account of the SeriesII Maiden Voyage cross country trip from NH to Los Angeles for debut at Knott's Berry Farm AHA Car Show Dragon Gallery :Brett's Dragon Don't think you can build one yourself? Review our Assembly Guide to see how easy a Dragon is to build!  
Links Carlisle 2005  
Survey Run & Gun '03 SeriesI FAQs  
Definition of Supercar SCDA pics Custom Built Dragons  
    Gallery Eliot's Black Beauty(#4)  
    Brett in the Driver's Seat Len Rummo's #6  
      Craig's Dragon(007)  
Contact Us   Brian White's #9  

Red SeriesII Dragon cover featured in NOV2005 Issue of Kit Car Magazine

After Maiden Voyage/Cross Country Shake-down cruise from New Hampshire to Los Angeles, SeriesII Dragon made her debut at Knott's Berry Farm AHA Show on April 23-24, 2005!!

Took home the Best Factory Sports Car Award, Director's Choice Award, and Longest Distance Driven Award!

Handling is superb! We got 23mpg at super-cruising speeds.

Dragon "Factory Tour" Article and SeriesII Debut feature in March 2005 Issue of Kit Car Magazine

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Blue Dragon(#1 SeriesI) on the Cover of NOV'04 Issue of Kit Car Builder Magazine with a nice feature article by Harold Pace, Kit Car Guru and Vintage Racer Historian.

Dragon S-2 prototype unveiled to rave reviews by Kit Car Industry press and Showgoers at Carlisle Kit Car Nationals, May 21-23,2004 SeriesII

Four Dragons competed in Kit Car Magazines Run & Gun 2003 at Gateway Intl Raceway

Dave's #5 Yellow Screamer sports new colors for her Debut at Run & Gun 2003.

All you enthusiasts out West should plan to visit Dave in Tucson.




Eliot's Black Beauty-425HP Edelbrock Performer

The ZZ4 "Blue Dragon" at Run & Gun 2002

Supercar -A Definition

"First of all, looks. A supercar has to be visually arresting, needs to attract attention when standing still, in a parking lot or at the side of the road. A car enthusiast will walk over to it, peer round it, check its lines are as dramatic in the metal as they were when he drooled over them in his regular motoring magazine. But a true supercar will also catch the eye of those who have little interst in great feats of motor engineering. On the move, the real test of a car's visual appeal is whether it attracts attention from drivers travelling in the opposite direction on a motorway. If their eyes are drawn across six carriageways to your vehicle (or if they hang out the window to take pictures), you're in a supercar.

It needs to sound the part too; indeed, the fact that the noise comes from the engine bay rather than a drainpipe underneath its rear bumper raises your car above the hot hatch throng. Even in this era of muted exhaust notes, a supercar should breathe menace(or fire) be it a throbbing six-cylinder, grumbling eight or tem, or a buzzing twelve.

Finally, it should be fast - very fast ..................." - Classic Cars Magazine, Sept '01

Build a Dragon and change your life!

painting by Brett Lenger

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