@Stan Galat posted:
This is a great question for @chines1.
There's definitely a market for a rear-engined, stock-wheelbase speedster with a real front suspension and narrowed trailing arms. Built with a Berg 5 and a tasty T4, and it'd be very nearly perfect for somebody like me.
I am also interested in this. In 5 years I’ll qualify for Medicare. I want a convertible that is comfortable and water proof. I’m assuming if the new suspension can be fitted to a speedy it can be fitted to a Conv D. And yes it would have to be rear engine. A Conv D with the new bits would fit my needs perfectly.