You realize the hardtop is the most rare model of MR2??? It would be much easier to find one with T-Tops or a Sunroof from the factory. I always thought it would be kinda neat to see an MR2 with an FD style sunroof.... but I would never waste the money to do it myself.
i didn't know they were the rarest, i just really like the idea of having a hole in the roof of my car...well one that can be closed of course, targa is cool but doesnt look as good, i've seen sunroof mr2's on the net but i tihnk they are all from uk.
and piddy, what did u mean by fd style sunroof? u mean how it slides out above of the roof?
lol OP has not posted in over a month. i think he already has made a decision.
re-reading i noticed you said sun roofs were all UK, I have one state-side factory too. aftermarket one was in my celica. which i traded for the mr2 lol.
hey all, yes you're right i have indeed made up my mind. i ended up buying the 1995 MR2 GT-S in tropical island blue colour. yes its a hardtop. i decided not to get the sunroof put in cos i dont want a dodgy job and i didnt want to hack up the prefectly good roofline.
The 91's that had sunroofs were dubed 90.5 year models. My friend and I dubed them that way, not sure if they really are the first few months of the 91 production line. But I've seen 91's with T-tops, and sunroofs so they must have made both in 91. They are slightly hard to find and most seem to be red for some reason. I've seen quite a few Stateside in Texas.
Thank god for saving a rare 2 ...... on the up side... keeping the hard top will give you better performance as there much lighter out of the factory then t-tops..... ive seen gutted hard top get down to high 2300lbs range in weight its amazing how much weight they add to the cars to put in t-tops.