Submitted by Bgrenell on Sat, 2014-02-15 17:53
I have a 2010 Roadster Sport 2.0 that I am considering selling as parts. The car runs great, everything is in excellent shape except for a bite taken out of the passenger door and sill. It turns out that it can be really expensive to repair the carbon fiber panels, and nobody seems to have used panels to sell. The car has only 18,000 miles, and everything else is perfect, and fully optioned. The battery charges to 176 ideal miles in standard mode, the car is Twilight Blue with paint armor, the windshield is solar guard, the wheels are forged, the suspension is adjustable, the exterior has the full bare carbon fiber treatment, the interior is full bare carbon fiber, as well as executive leather in black, with white inserts in the seats and door panels. The seats have adjustable lumbar support. The car has the electronics group, with the upgrade JVC CD/DVD/XM/Hard Disc/AM & FM/Navigation unit with subwoofer. I do not have a hardtop. I have one extra 110 volt charging cord. I am keeping the hi intensity discharge projector headlights for my new roadster, but I have a set of original halogen headlamp assemblies.