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1998 Eclipse Spyder GS-T

spyderdrifter

Supporting Member
5,255
740
Jul 11, 2009
Some where in, Colorado
Looks good. Makes me miss my first spyder even more. Looked nearly identical.

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IHeartMyHonda

15+ Year Contributor
576
132
Jul 12, 2006
murfreesboro, Tennessee
P75 spyders represent. I've had a 97 GST just like that for about 10 years now, and just got a 98 in the same color combo over the weekend. I really like how stock yours looks. How many miles are on it?
 

hharper1321

Proven Member
79
26
Nov 30, 2014
Middle River, Maryland
Very nice! Love me some P75 Spyders! I thought about staying 16's but fell in love with the Motegi Trak Lites, so had to go up to 17. Still sporting some sidewall, though, LOL. Your car looks great. Have you had to replace the bow links in the top yet?
 

J Fresh

Proven Member
47
10
Feb 23, 2017
Vista, California
Very nice! Love me some P75 Spyders! I thought about staying 16's but fell in love with the Motegi Trak Lites, so had to go up to 17. Still sporting some sidewall, though, LOL. Your car looks great. Have you had to replace the bow links in the top yet?
I haven't had any issues with the bow links although the glass window is coming apart from the canvas :( since i live in San Diego and it doest rain much, I keep it covered most of the time and don't drive it when it does rain... these convertible tops are fcuking expensive! I found one for $330 but installing it seems quite daunting... looks harder than a timing belt (which i can do LOL) and calling around, i got estimates around $600-750! FML
 

hharper1321

Proven Member
79
26
Nov 30, 2014
Middle River, Maryland
I haven't had any issues with the bow links although the glass window is coming apart from the canvas :( since i live in San Diego and it doest rain much, I keep it covered most of the time and don't drive it when it does rain... these convertible tops are fcuking expensive! I found one for $330 but installing it seems quite daunting... looks harder than a timing belt (which i can do LOL) and calling around, i got estimates around $600-750! FML
No doubt. I'm still sporting the original top, which is starting to go. I've started a little fund to fix it in the next year, definitely not tackling it myself. While it will hurt, I'd rather pay someone that does this for a living than tackle it myself. At least then I have someone other than me to bi*** at if there problems! LOL
 

J Fresh

Proven Member
47
10
Feb 23, 2017
Vista, California
I don't have any fabrication experience and am going to do the same, I'd rather pay someone to do it right once then f*** it up myselff and be out a bunch of $ cuz I didn't make proper cuts or something dumb
 
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