Looking at about 100 USD for both. I haven't done too much research into the financials yet so prices may change a bit but I think 100 would be about market. I've also decided to go with a more durable hard rubber and I will offer a warranty. I also got to this price by looking at these whiskers for the mk2 supras that are similar shape/design. I love both the mk2 and mk3 owners equallyNaturally, interest will pivot around the cost. Do you have at least an estimate on what you think the price might be? I admire folks like you who do this stuff, so thanks in advance if you end up producing some Mark 3 stuff. We're far nicer and cooler than the Mk2 knuckle draggers!! Heh...j/k..
Not quite sure, someone said that without the piece they kept on getting water into the engine bay. I also think it might help protect the paint from getting scratched when the headlamps pop up.What does this Mk3 plastic part do? I recall seeing it on mine and wondering.
Totally fair. This was more to gain interest anyways. I would be more than happy to make other parts for our cars! Is this the piece you are talking about? If so I could do that for about 40-50usd a set.Being totally honest here. This is a simple shaped, perfectly flat piece of plastic I could make for myself with limited skills for less than 10 bucks. I am missing one as it turns out (never noticed until this thread), and atop that there appears to be no real known function for it. I suggest you use your plastic forming skills on another part - such as the seatbelt guide that goes on the outboard edge of the two front bucket seats.
I can do any color for no extra cost. Its like 30 cents for a bottle of dye. Once I get a couple for people I will start production!I will buy a pair of seatbelt holders. Suggest color can just be a light neutral to save money. We can dye them a myriad of colors using SEM Color Coat vinyl dye. So the tan guys or grey guys can paint their own. My seatbelt flaps around with the targa off without the guide, and if I forget to put my belt on before closing the door, I often have to open the door again to reach it! Thanks.
My car is like that too, I can maybe come up with some sort of kit to fix that down the road if some people are interested.It took me years to find that over the battery hood seal rest. Those 2 little retainers that are not threaded but if you slowly turn the Philips cut in them without pressing down it will back out enough to grip it. I have repetitive left shoulder injury from reaching back to get my seat belt for the past 27 years. Lately I've been parking it on top of the head rest side when I close the door. It would be nice to cook up some kind of bent heavy gauge stainless steel wire to hold it easily just by releasing by hand. I think the bolt holes under the fabric are the same as the ones that holds the targa top retainer at the back of the trunk. I would have to probe with a needle to find the spots to drill through the fabric to get to The threaded holes that would retain it.
Might be a good time to sell them before I release mine. Buy low sell high 😏Darn, wished I waited. Bought good used ones a year ago for $100+ a pop. I'm afraid to go back and look at my receipts to see what I really paid...
The seatbelt guides will be stronger than originals for sure. Ill do some stress testing also once they are done. The problem with the oem ones is that they are hollow in some parts. I dont know if I should fill in the hollow areas because then the piece wouldn't flex as much as the originals.Im interested in both seatbelt guides and hood seal plastic pieces. The seatbelt guides need to be able to survive significant other carelessness and friend retardation in pulling on the belt and breaking them.