Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Bailey Blade Car 2011

The Bailey Blade Concept is the brainchild of a 35-year-old Neal Bailey from Texas and based on the Shelby Cobra.
According to his website,, the Bailey Blade Concept might be powered by a ROUSH 400 hp to 500+ hp 4.6 liter engine.
The chassis is made of full steel consisting of tubular roll cage affixed to a solid ridged box steel frame. In case of rollover, the tubular roll cage which is hidden from view, protects the driver and passenger sides with the addition of two hoop style bars.
The Bailey Blade Concept will be equipped with several suspension types. As a standard, the Bailey Blade comes with a fully adjustable independent rear suspension with adjustable shocks. Front suspension comes with adjustable upper and lower control arms and with adjustable performance shocks. The rear end can be swapped with a Ford 9″ or 8.8″ straight axel with 4-Link or 3-Link rear control arms and adjustable anti-sway bars are included for both front and rear of the car.
To reduce weight, the body is made of full Vinyl Ester hand laid fiber glass body that is Light weight in design with functional trunk doors and hood. For easy access to the engine compartment, the hood is a clam shell style hood that flips forward. 

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