Most front clips don't come with the front end conversion. Oftentimes, sellers buy the half-cuts from Japanese exporters and sell the front end conversion and front clip separately, that way they can make more money. This is what I would do if I brought a half-cut over from Nip-land.The_guy_in_grey said:well that sucks.. so just 240sx and silvia convertiblas eh? oh well. whats the average price on a silvia convertable anyways? or should i just mod my 240sx vert into righthand drive and get a front clip?
to do a strawberry face s13 you have to buy the kit, they're not the same, the only reason you can do a sil 80, or an s13 front is because its the same chassis.The_guy_in_grey said:Yeah im looking into a RHD conversion and a front half cut from japan... not to worried about the sr hookups as I wanna stick a RB25DET in her. oh yeah.. hey if i wanted a S15 look should i just order a S15 front cut or is there a cheaper way?
The Eunos? Of course. The convertible Eunos, and all convertibles, are heavier.sunsetsandturbos said:im not sure if this thread is still relevant, but convertible tops never took off here in japan. all of my japanese friends thinks they are "ugly".
Why, I dont know. I thin they look hot. But generally speaking, a convertible japanese model anything hasnt been a big seller. even the miata (mx-5) here sells better if its a hard top.
thanks for reading,