Whatever you call it, it's an X modified to enhance performance and have an attitude in looks. Not a racer but taking cues from one. Driven on the street but could track day it. Hard to define but the Dr. and I wanted to start a thread on the concept. Best to start with a car that has minimal value as you may do things that destroy it's real resale value. These are cars to just mess with and have fun with. Mine started as a Bertone parts car. The interior was shot or half missing. Electric window doors with no motors, no drivetrain, rust around the windshield and some other places. Importantly it was structurally sound. I would suggest initially the car should not cost over $1,000 to purchase, mine was $600.. Mine has the motor and trains out of the ITC racer I bought and then scrapped. The doors also came from that car (wind up windows). Originally I had no heater, no lights, no wiper, no turnsignals, no horn, no interior. You have no idea how easy it is to work on an X with no interior and the rear firewall and rear trunk floor removed (both rusted out). I did reinstall a heater with simple controls, just a cable to operate the cowl flap. Once I sold my spider I added a single wiper and horn since this was my only streetable Fiat although I would never take it out in the rain. The cell phone on a magnetic holder is my speedo (plenty of speedo aps available). Shift light because....at 7,000rpm you shouldn't be looking at your tach. 124 fuel and temp gauges and a mechanical oil pressure gauge. Oil and alt. lights. Bought the seats used from a guy who had them in his Scorpion and they fit very nice. Suspension are used, rusty red Konis with cut stock springs. Iron cross wheels with Federals although ultimately I would like more aggressive looking wheels. Stock 1500 motor with 34DMTR, header and stock electronic ignition. Will probably go back to the dual DCOEs when the 77X is road legal. Sorry about picture placement, they just seem to show up where ever they want.