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Every time I see a clean SW20 MR2, it reminds me how much I want one.
properly and functionally lowered, with well chosen aftermarket wheels, and otherwise clean and sleek… this is my kind of car.
And as much as I like t-tops… a slick top looks fantastic, is simple, and likely more structurally stable.
I want one of these.
I have always wondered if it would be possible to carve a transmission tunnel out of the rear trunk floor, and put a longitudinal Subaru turbo boxer and 2WD 6-speed transaxle under one of these cars.
Frankly, that is what the GT-86 and FR-S should have been in the first place.

The simple answer is yes, you can do that… But there is no point at all due to the extensive fab work required and large availability of great Toyota powerplants. Neat thought though. Do it in a Porsche Boxster instead, now that is a cool swap. boxerfanatic:

Every time I see a clean SW20 MR2, it reminds me how much I want one.
properly and functionally lowered, with well chosen aftermarket wheels, and otherwise clean and sleek… this is my kind of car.
And as much as I like t-tops… a slick top looks fantastic, is simple, and likely more structurally stable.
I want one of these.
I have always wondered if it would be possible to carve a transmission tunnel out of the rear trunk floor, and put a longitudinal Subaru turbo boxer and 2WD 6-speed transaxle under one of these cars.
Frankly, that is what the GT-86 and FR-S should have been in the first place.

The simple answer is yes, you can do that… But there is no point at all due to the extensive fab work required and large availability of great Toyota powerplants. Neat thought though. Do it in a Porsche Boxster instead, now that is a cool swap.
    boxerfanatic:

Every time I see a clean SW20 MR2, it reminds me how much I want one.
properly and functionally lowered, with well chosen aftermarket wheels, and otherwise clean and sleek… this is my kind of car.
And as much as I like t-tops… a slick top looks fantastic, is simple, and likely more structurally stable.
I want one of these.
I have always wondered if it would be possible to carve a transmission tunnel out of the rear trunk floor, and put a longitudinal Subaru turbo boxer and 2WD 6-speed transaxle under one of these cars.
Frankly, that is what the GT-86 and FR-S should have been in the first place.

The simple answer is yes, you can do that… But there is no point at all due to the extensive fab work required and large availability of great Toyota powerplants. Neat thought though. Do it in a Porsche Boxster instead, now that is a cool swap. boxerfanatic:

Every time I see a clean SW20 MR2, it reminds me how much I want one.
properly and functionally lowered, with well chosen aftermarket wheels, and otherwise clean and sleek… this is my kind of car.
And as much as I like t-tops… a slick top looks fantastic, is simple, and likely more structurally stable.
I want one of these.
I have always wondered if it would be possible to carve a transmission tunnel out of the rear trunk floor, and put a longitudinal Subaru turbo boxer and 2WD 6-speed transaxle under one of these cars.
Frankly, that is what the GT-86 and FR-S should have been in the first place.

The simple answer is yes, you can do that… But there is no point at all due to the extensive fab work required and large availability of great Toyota powerplants. Neat thought though. Do it in a Porsche Boxster instead, now that is a cool swap.

    boxerfanatic:

    Every time I see a clean SW20 MR2, it reminds me how much I want one.

    properly and functionally lowered, with well chosen aftermarket wheels, and otherwise clean and sleek… this is my kind of car.

    And as much as I like t-tops… a slick top looks fantastic, is simple, and likely more structurally stable.

    I want one of these.

    I have always wondered if it would be possible to carve a transmission tunnel out of the rear trunk floor, and put a longitudinal Subaru turbo boxer and 2WD 6-speed transaxle under one of these cars.

    Frankly, that is what the GT-86 and FR-S should have been in the first place.

    The simple answer is yes, you can do that… But there is no point at all due to the extensive fab work required and large availability of great Toyota powerplants. Neat thought though. Do it in a Porsche Boxster instead, now that is a cool swap.

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