With the unveiling of the new Bobber chassis, the rolling cradle has been officially given a name.
The chassis is the first model from the Bobbers lineup, and is the successor to the Bobbed chassis.
In fact, the Bobbered 10th chassis is already being used by many other manufacturers, including the Ford Mustang, which is being used as the base of the upcoming Ford GT.
The Bobber 10th is expected to be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in February, and will likely be offered in two versions: a standard version that is identical to the current Bobber, and an all-new model that is based on the Bobbing chassis, with more aggressive styling and more performance.
The all-wheel drive version of the chassis will be powered by a Ford Mustang V8 engine.
The 10th Bobber will be offered with four-wheel-drive and four-cylinder engines.
The bobber chassis was announced in October and will be available for sale in March of 2019.
Weighing in at about 3.8 tons, the bobber is a completely different beast than the Bobbier.
It is taller and longer, but also lighter and faster, thanks to the use of two carbon fiber panels instead of a single fiberglass.
Its dimensions will be the same as the Bobbs, but the bobbers suspension will be longer and the bobbing will be taller.
The front and rear suspensions have been upgraded, and it will have a new front brake caliper and a new rear brake calipers, along with a rear wing with a new “R” shape.
The brakes are set to be upgraded too.
They will also be available with a more aggressive design.
The wheels are all aluminum, and they will have new tires, which are lighter and better looking.
The wheelbase is also expected to increase from the previous bobber to 2,856mm, and the front and the rear axle is said to be 20mm longer.
We will also see a new suspension setup, which will allow the vehicle to travel more smoothly in the corners.
All in all, the 10th bobber will likely arrive in the second half of 2019, although it may be a bit longer than that.
The next bobber, the V8 Bobber 1, is slated to arrive at the end of the year, although the first will be a base model that will be based on Ford’s current Mustang V6.
The V8 bobber and bobber 2 will both be offered at the same time.