Nope just an '89 ES 2.5 turbo auto. I added the R/T spoiler and suspension/brakes(that I got from Garry Donavan at SDAC), shaved the antenna and trunk emblem, removed the side moldings, ect... I was very lucky to find a NIB pair of Chrysler Saratoga glass H4 headlights here in the US. Also I added custom rear springs/mounts so i can adjust the ride height in the rear to go along with the Koni coilovers up front. Its has a good amount of weight reduction as there is nothing after the front seats. I pocketed the firewall back 8" for the header/turbo I'm running. I am the 1st Spirit who swaped in a 2.4 DOHC motor that I built. Too much time/work went into it for me to ever sell it.speedeuphoria: was that originally a silver r/t or what?
I'll have to try to meet up sometime. I got very lucky on the headlights as a pair was shown in stock in Texas at a dealer(almost 2yrs ago). so I called them and they infact had them, I had them price match mopar supercenter since they are discontinued(40% off list), but they were still very pricey ~$300 shipped for the set.speedeuphoria: thats an awesome build, great job! i seen the "BCM" but didnt guess it was battlecreek. do you come down for the woodward cruise? i would love to see it in person and maybe get a pic with it and my other r/t (not pictured above, this one has glossy, fade free original indy red paint).
you should come out for the great lakes chapter sdac fall colors tour, for the 100 mile back road race.
i have been on the look out for saratoga lights for a while, german ebayers dont like to deal with americans, even when your speaking german to them. if i can get my hands on a 92 t3 sbec, then i can make a trade for a nos set of lights.