remember with the hatch and anything before 87 that 4wd is NOT Awd and 4wd unless it is an 87.5+ "fulltime" car (usually noted on the rocker panel) 4wd cannot be used on the street.
you will have to use the clutch and flywheel for the fulltime car as well
it is best to look for a fulltime 4wd tranny as it will bolt in.
IMHO opinion these little subies handle as well as the awd cars unless it's wet
they weigh less and get detter gas mileage...
how much are they asking for it? if nothing else stop by ultimatesuabru.org
and post it up for one of them to buy this is a harptop coupe yes?
OK- Why can't 4wd not be used on the street? I don't understand. 4wd= 2wd sometimes, 4wd othertimes, yes? Or are you saying you can't put it in 4wd when you're on the street?
I think it's a coupe, it's got windows in the C-pillars reminiscent of '65-'66 Chrysler "Town Sedan" 4-doors. Don't think it has a B-pillar.
I'm not disclosing the price yet, because I'm not sure what's doing down, and the price I've been given includes a transmission being traded for it.
Edit- This is the bodystyle.
It scares the bejesus out of me that someone, somewhere ordered the Lusitania with front drum brakes.