Buying a (lightly) used Exige outright probably wouldn't be much more expensive than what you'd get by selling your car plus the $$$ you'd need to convert your car (either by Exige clam acquire/paint/install) or to fabricate something (that probably would look, well, fabricated).is it possible to convert the hatch of an elise into the sloping fastback style on an exige? is there an aftermarket hatch?
I told you Knucklehead, I get pm'ed with this question once a week.Unless you're really experienced with fiberglass. I wouldn't attempt it if I were you. The hours, frustration and final outcome will not be what you think. IF it works at all. I would do the rear Exige swap if I were you.
One of you guys (sponsors) should fabricate an Exige hatch conversion piece.I told you Knucklehead, I get pm'ed with this question once a week.
I asked knucklehead and TWRD to make one. I'm with you! I would take the first prototype lol. :coolnana:One of you guys (sponsors) should fabricate an Exige hatch conversion piece.
I think you'd get a Lot of business. Once you made a template, should be easy to make mass production.
I'd certainly get one for the improvement in air flow...the Exige clam conversion is just too much $.