The 2009 Saturn Sky Redline MSRPd for $30,475 and had tons of features. It was a front-engine ride, but one could easily visualize a midengine in it. $30k today isn't much more strain on the budget than $16,500 for the Mk1SC was 25 years ago. And the Redline is a whole lotta fun for the money. You can pick one up now for well below $20k.Svx92 said:Only way I see toyota making another MR2 is something closer to the 50-60k mark. It's not cheap to make a mid engine sports car and definitely isn't something I think Toyota will be keen to do again at cheap levels.
Does that come with prepaid funeral services? :smile:AlastairMR2 said:What the Mk1 DOES need is a decent engine. 300hp would be about right.
Nice find, if the smaller one is mid engined and looks good I'll buy one, guarantee that!widebodystarlet said: