...that would be pretty hardcore...
I bet you could sell those LWBs for around 10K and find a set of standard seats from any Porsche Race Shop for $2,500.The Full Bucket Seats are cool, but for me they'd be a tough sell at even half the price. Aftermarket seats are available in various widths, making for a better fit, but then you'd lose your side airbags.
Yeah A/c was a no brainer. Toyed with no radio but felt it wasn't a huge cost for the occasional music/news.I'd probably be most attached to the A/C system.
The radio I could definitely do without.
The Full Bucket Seats are cool, but for me they'd be a tough sell at even half the price. Aftermarket seats are available in various widths, making for a better fit, but then you'd lose your side airbags.
Is it still hard to get LWBS in the Spyder? Heavily modded high end cars never seem to do well. All factory original parts and options... that is the way of the collector ( the guys who spend the big $$$$ )I spent a year looking for a 987 Spyder. I called about 25 places. I can tell you that 987s with LWB, PSE, AC and CDR30 with a MT6 were the hot sellers. Everything else seemed to sit around. On Autotrader in Canada two Spyders with PDK are still listed, 6 months later. Same on Rennlist. Modded ones didn't sell well either. Only thing I can think is people are buying them as investments and want originaliy.
It's in the middle of the rear deck Steve. I'll find the picsSpeaking of radio delete, was there for a definitive answer on the sat radio antenna teat placement? Last I remember everyone was worried about it being placed smack in the middle of the rear deck (ugh). Has this myth been debunked or is it happening?