Well, I've been following DFKitcar for awhile now and monitoring their development. I was looking for a car to build that would be able to be street legal, auto cross and do track days at some of areas road courses. In seeing the progress and refinements being made to the Goblin, I decided on making the commitment to go this route. Plus with a weight distribution and power to weight ratio similar to a 125 shifter kart, this sealed the deal for me. Last November, I decided to start the process of searching for a donor car and really wanting a manual transmission. I found that manual transmission cars are really hard to locate. I eventually ran across a manual transmission 05 LS Craigslist car. The day I had arranged to see and buy the car after work, the seller wasn't returning texts or calls. So when I got home from work I thought well I might as well take another look on craigslist to see what I can find. There I found a wrecked 2005 SS cobalt for sale. ( exactly what I was looking for ) I called the buyer immediately, made arrangements and picked up the car the following weekend for $900. Car starts and runs, 101k miles. (I will need to source the lower subframe and motor mounts as they were bent and broken in its accident.) Otherwise the car is in great shape, from the firewall back. I should be able to recoup some if not all of the donors expense. Since purchasing the donor car, the pre-build project began on working on the garage to make space for the goblin frame and its components. Selling off my race kart, parts, building shelves and painting. Space is at a minimum since I currently only have a single car garage. Having to get creative. Then last week, I finally submitted the order for the Track frame Goblin. My daughter and I are excited to get to work on the disassembly process of the donor and prep for the Stage 1 arrival.