Sonic Racing Jack

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Sonic Racing Jack

Post by Wild Card 09 » Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:12 pm

At the recent Retro Classic Exhibition in Stuttgart I came across this lovely piece of workshop jewelry, and just had to buy it. It is all aluminium and stainless. Works really well and makes very Cobra look that much racier when jacked up. :D Not as authentic as the the quick lift jobbies, but alot safer :wink:
The twist handle release valve is so much nicer than the cheapo Halfords ones, too.
http://www.sonic-equipment.de - although there is bound to be a supplier in GB somewhere. 150,- euros.
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1981 BRA 289 (Chassis number 005)

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Re: Sonic Racing Jack

Post by richmixture » Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:06 pm

good effort there boy,

I have one of those, its not made by sonic though, they are awesome. i wouldnt be with out it !!
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Re: Sonic Racing Jack

Post by Wild Card 09 » Wed Apr 09, 2008 7:27 am

I googled 1500kg racing jack and discovered several suppliers. The cheapest was 89 dollars, but Michellin sells it for 280 pounds. Fascinating!
1981 BRA 289 (Chassis number 005)

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