Yeah, you have to be a body shop mechanic or something and do the work yourself, else it will just cost too much I'm sure. This car was bought when the rhd jdm cars were very cheap, and V160 prices was manageable. If you buy a jdm rhd tt auto today and have it LHD swapped at a shop, and buy the parts to V160 convert it, I'm pretty sure you could just buy a LHD 6speed for the same money.great build Olav I was thinking of swap rhd-lhd too many times and always chicken out
its a lot of work that for sure but look at it now pure Beauty
great to have you back
Thanks! I am very happy with the garage, just missing some electrical work and water feed then it's done. The white epoxy topping on the floor does wonders for the lighting, the only light that was on while these pictures were taken was the temporary one you can see in picture 3 in the last post. I think i payed approximately $1K for the epoxy coating, worth every penny. The floor is also very easy to clean!WOWZA, very impressive! Nice garage and Supra!
Yes, but the timeline has changed somewhat. The build is a bit on hold due to the corona situation and some other personal stuff. I got the fuel cell drawn in CAD, it's just the actual fab work that's left. Not sure when the build will continue at full speed, might not be until next year unfortunately.Are you still proceeding with making a (no chassis cutting) spare tire well fuel cell?