The person who was suppose to buy it for $300 pretty much wasted my time for a month since he could never get a place to store it so I stripped it down and sold off mostly everything that was still on it. Now that I have the space I do not know what my next project vehicle will be? I want to build a 2jz and push more power than I currently have for another vehicle but I kinda want a 73-78 GMC MotorHome to update/restore and take on some long trips too. Gotta just wait for the right timing and see what comes up first.Ah well. Got to make space!
Maybe someone will see it and steal some parts.
It did need some bodywork on the rear quarters but it still was a great runner.damn I wish I had more space
If you wanted to call City Auto Parts in Gurnee,IL they might still have it but it did need some rust repair in the rear quarters. If I had the right tools and a bit of time I would have just fixed up the body rust but the current Supra I have now was just too good of a deal to pass it up. Do you currently have a Supra?Darn. I just moved back to Illinois and have been focused on closing on a house so I havent checked SM for a bit. Definitely could've put that shell to good use.
Guess it wasnt meant to be.
Yes it is a pop-up style with 2 venting positions but you also can remove the glass within seconds by undoing the 3 latches it has and throw it in the back. Personally I would have preferred a plan hardtop but a sunroof is very nice to have when installed right.So is it just a manual pop-up style? I had one like that on my first car, it was great. Removable glass panel too? Great compromise compared to a targa car.
That would be very cool to see that done as I never seen that before. This is the link where I bought my 17"x32" pop-up sunroof:That looks really good.
Now I want to add one to my spare targa top.