This was one of our first Project Coupe purchases from a dealer and our last. We learned a lot from this coupe. First we had to figure out shipping from Hawaii then Mark drove it from California to my house in Colorado. It rode on 19" wheels with rubber band tires, had very little suspension, and previous had a hatch full of subwoofer box. We shouldn't have been surprised to find the very saggy rear trunk floor. Thankfully it's the only Randy Forbes kit we have had to install so far and it looked and drove great when it was complete.
Because we needed so many parts for this coupe, it ended up scavenging stock parts from a number of very well known coupes as detailed in Article #5. The other fun part of this project was that the new owner flew out, joined our M Coupe BBQ and Drive, then just kept heading west through the mountains towards California. I think that's what all Project Coupe buyers should do.