Fabel I couldn't agree more.
We intend to do an NA version, but it depends on sales and demand. It will be hard to justify it if NB top sales dont support the case. People will need to be _very_ serious about an NA version. I don't have the extra $ to put into development on speculation. We will have to take everything from the base of the b-pillar back, about 6 inches up from the quarters including the 1/4 window shapes and trunk design, and redo it from scratch to make it match the NA's lines, so it wont be just a quick adaptation. I think it would be awesome and I'd love to do it, but I don't want to get all done with it and hear how cool it is but but how people are not going to want to spend more on a top then most have spent on their cars. Considering I am currently questioning the wisdom of my choice to bring this NB top to the market, I don't think I'm in a very good position to make any choices about an NA version quite yet But its early, and this could change in a few months.I know I'm not the only one wondering but what is the possibility of seeing an N/A version? I have always loved the M-Coupe. I wish they produced it.
Of course you deserve a request.I probably dont deserve a request, but anychance you can post up a video of the entire top? Like a walk around, interior view, and the truck working and all of that fun stuff?
Nah, if the NB guys won't pony up, the NA guys even less. :domo:People will need to be _very_ serious about an NA version.
Lightweight? :winky:However, today we decided we are going to start moving quickly on an OEM hardtop copy. When I say copy, I mean as close to OEM as possible to keep it SPEC legal.
We're going to concentrate on keeping the price low which wont be hard considering the simplicity of it. But it also means it will likely be just a shell which customers with have to buy their own window, hardware and seals for. I know there is a market for this.