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Barksavon

posted on 8/3/19 at 06:29 PM Reply With Quote
MX5 Based Kits

Does anyone know whether there are any Jeep style MX5 base kits on the market.... I know it's an unlikely combination but it's a case of turning what I've got ( mx5 donor) into what the missus wants (nice little soft top jeep thingy)
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Ugg10

posted on 8/3/19 at 07:48 PM Reply With Quote
The MeV Exocet can be turned into an off road buggy style http://exomotive.com/exocet/off-road/





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James

posted on 8/3/19 at 08:17 PM Reply With Quote
Are there any "nice" jeep-type things?

I'm not aware of any kits of the type you're after. However, I wonder if there would be any mileage in taking a Sierra-based jeep such as a Jago and using the Sierra to MX5 conversion plans from the Chris Gibbs manual in some way?

Cheers,
James





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nick205

posted on 10/3/19 at 09:56 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by James
Are there any "nice" jeep-type things?



I'm with you on this, "nice jeep-type things" aren't my cup of tea either.

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SJ

posted on 10/3/19 at 02:46 PM Reply With Quote
I've always quite liked the Jago kits. Easiest bet by far would be get one of these and update it.
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