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MEKK Establishes PayPal Account
December 2007 - MEKK™ establishes a relationship with PayPal™. MEKK can now accept on-line payments using a customer's existing PayPal account or a customer's credit card.
PayPal is the safer, easier way to pay online. The service allows anyone to
pay in any way they prefer, including credit cards, bank accounts, buyer credit,
or account balances, without sharing financial information.
November 2007 - MEKK incorporates in South Dakota as M.E.K.K. Autoworks, Inc.
16 October 2007 -- MEKK, a manufacturer of unique kit car frames, announced today pricing for their kit car frames. After 12 months of development and over 20 changes to the original design, frames are now available in two forms. A fully tacked version is immediately ready for final welding. However, this form must be shipped motor freight and delivered to a commercial address. A second version is partially tacked. The difficult and alignment critical suspension cradle along with the front portion of the side rails is completely tacked. The rear shallow angle of the side rails are also tacked. Side rails are scribed for positioning the cross member. Brackets are provided to align and strengthen the side rail to suspension assembly joint. This version requires more work by the purchaser but can be shipped UPS.
The completely tacked version uses two pieces of continuous, v notched, and bent tubing for the side rails. This construction method provides maximum strength because it doesn't depend entirely upon the quality of a purchaser's circumferential welds.
Alignment brackets provide additional strength where circumferential welds are required in the partially tacked frame version.
Pricing on the frames is $1895 for fully tacked frames and $1795 for partially tacked frames. Both frame versions some with a pictorial instruction/assembly manual. Additional components are available to create a complete roller. These include a new manufacture Brazilian VW type front suspension, a disk brake kit with rotors drilled for Neon wheels (4 or 5 on 100mm), brake hoses, and a proportioning valve, a special "extension" electrical cable allows use of the Neon instrumentation, longer power steering hoses, seat mounts, and a special width front suspension. A VW type floor will be available later this year.
All other parts need to build a complete vehicle are provided by the donor or the fiberglass body.
www.mekk.biz is launched
13 October 2006 -- MEKK, a manufacturer of unique kit car frames, announced today that they have established their presence on the internet. The new corporate website features information about the company's philosophy and mission. Photos provide a look at their new R&D shop and the company's latest kit car acquisition - a mid-70s Bradley GT II.
Initial product offerings include their VW replacement frame adapted for Dodge Neon power, a nearly complete roller kit (less donor vehicle), and a list of optional components.
The site also includes descriptions of their plans for future frame adaptors, training, and factory finished components.
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