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Jackal Phase 2 Minicocker

Jackal Phase 2 Minicocker body kit

Here is a Jackal Phase 2 (?) body kit I purchased off ebay a few weeks back.
Yes, it’s drilled and no it doesn’t have the Jackal engraving (maybe before they were engraved?). Looks raw and I don’t think it was ever anodized.

Terry Garrett of G3PB wrote me this regarding this kit:

“This one is a very early Jeremy [custom body kit,] before he got a good machine. [Jeremy] thinks it was the third one with that rear block.”

The bottom of the body has “1015” cut/engraved into it.

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