Well after about an hour and a hlf of hunting, I found the BRM Porche hardbody interior on it's chassis, so my body will finally be "legal": with an interior and a driver.
Rich- I raced BRM and Scaleauto cars for 8 years, so I am completely familiar with them. I prefer the Scaleautos over BRMs. A great out of the box car to race, just swap the hard rubber rears for foam. however, the Scaleauto foam rears are costly and the thin walls of the rims can be bent and ruined in the first crash (ask me how I know!!), and not much rubber on the wheels either. Beautiful cars, high retail price. Yet a great out of the box rtr Hardbody car. I enjoyed them, and this current group of racers prefers to build our own cars from H&R Racing chassis (a different class in another topic) or this class with B&E chassis, which handle well. We do allow the ProTrack aluminum chassis in this class, and I will probably be the first to build a car to race with that chassis.
I watched several European forums discuss Hardbody racing with a variety of "nuts and bolts" types of chassis, and they called the Scaleauto class a beginner's class. So the cars they built with Scholer, etc chassis really performed even better than a Scaleauto. Try building a car with a B&E chassis, I think that you will be pleasantly surprised.