I would appreciate it if a moderator could add a nice photo of this important car. It was available as a Dodge or Plymouth, but one had to have a SCCA membership to order one. There were only 400 ACR coupes made in 1995, so it is fairly rare. The race shocks were ridiculously harsh, but very effective. The special adjustable front struts allowed a lot of negative camber to compensate for body roll. It was almost unbeatable in its class for several years. I didn't have to worry about other cars in Solo II until the 2000 Celica GTS came out and joined the same SCCA class. The gearing is pretty tight, actually very similar in some ways to a 2011 Mustang GT with 3.73 axle ratio. Same 7000 rpm redline, similar shift points in the first five gears. The Mustang has six speeds of course, and reaches redline a lot quicker, but otherwise it is similar, especially 2nd to 5th gears.