I've seen it and had it on my drive while I washed and waxed it . IT is a stunning colour Dec caZep its a beauty. I've seen the uk yellow mc stradale on youtube, its a rare sight in this colour. Europe has some nice colours especially the blue Mc Stradale Centennial edition one I posted under the difference between mc stradale and Centennial Stradale. I've noticed alot of the uk cars are either black or white.
We have Sions MC Cab in at the moment which I believe is the same colour and it is truly stunning.
That has been for sale for months and months .This rare Yellow colour MC Stradale looks like a good price too.
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I love the big intake in the 4 seater one. Makes it look more aggressive and sporty IMO. Strange how it isn’t on the 2 seater/ stripped out version. I have never quite understood why they would make all the effort to strip it out (and make it look awesome and a real occasion) but not make it faster. Harnesses for a large car which isn’t as fast to 60 as some of the practical German got hatched seems a little ott to me. It’s got to be one of the best looking/ sounding cars on the road though. Not sure I would agree with the term ‘proper strad’ when the performance is very similar and the 4 seater actually looks better externally.The big air intake at the front of the bonnet came in with the 4 seat version, so about 2013. The 2 seat cars (otherwise known as proper Strads) have the two air intakes at the back of the bonnet (nearer the windscreen), but not the front one.
The tech doc I have for the 2 seat lists the dry weight as 1670kg, kerb weight as 1770kg and the weight with driver as 1845kg - so drivers over 12 stone need not apply. The spec I have seen for the 4 seat is 1700 dry and 1800 kerb - these are nice round numbers don't you think? Anyway by my reckoning that makes the 4 seat just under 2% heavier. A bit more on both if you have lots of carbon of course!Are the weights of the 2 & 4 seat Strads the same?