I sold my STI with no radio, still had AC... However, I had to tell the new owner that I would isntall a radio for him at his expense if he chose to buy the car, it worked!!zvezdah1 said:major,
Don't know if it's important, but you'll take a huge hit on resale in a car with no ac or stereo.
I have found that AC even with the top down (S2000) is nice when the weather is hot. Getting factory delete might also save the weight of the various wiring and harnesses that might be difficult to remove as an end user.Jon said:I'd consider the AC-radio delete option on one condition. That the car is at least prewired for a radio. I can live w/o AC as I have no plans to drive the car with the top on....
Where you stay hachu?ya hachu said:I've spent the last nine months without using the AC just to make sure I can live without it on the Elise. It's been no problem at all. It definitely should be a factory option considering the nature and spirit of the car.
It's...too...late......I'm done for....!Ridgemanron said:It's 'CC' coming to you guys in your dreams, saying.....lighter..faster, lighter..faster.... You've got to learn to ignore him otherwise you'll soon be removing the grated engine cover, door panel inserts, and a host of other little goodies. He's relentless once he has you under his spell.
I saw one yesterday in Irvine! Holy crap, that thing is huge.perryeyges said:
P.S. My first Carrera GT will be here in approx 3weeks(I have two sold!) Pretty exciting and I'm not even getting to keep them. I may road trip in the first car with the owner back to Wisconsin..
The second car is going to L.A. in January