Two Modified Scion FR-S Found For Sale on eBay
Time is running out for you to buy a brand-new Scion FR-S, since the sports car will become the Toyota 86 once Scion closes its doors for good this summer. But, thanks to the modern marvel that is eBay, there will always be modified FR-S models for sale long after the FR-S itself is gone. Take these two examples, as found on eBay by AutoBlog.
First Breathtaking Modified Scion: 2013 HKS Supercharged Rocket Bunny
Both FR-S models are from 2013, but the two are strikingly different from each other. The first one is a 2013 HKS supercharged Rocket Bunny with a 6-speed manual transmission and low mileage (9,200, to be precise).
The engine has been outfitted with a HSK supercharger kit, super suction air filter, muffler, mid pipe, and equal length catless header. In addition, it offers a Braille lightweight racing battery, a Cusco Engine Mount Kit, and more. A Rocket Bunny Widebody Kit and other exterior modifications make this a fierce FR-S to remember. This red FR-S has a Buy it Now price of $35,000, which is a steal for what you’re getting.
Second Stunning Modified Scion: Varis Arising 2 Body Kit
The second FR-S for sale on eBay is much simpler, with a black exterior and interior and around 26,000 miles on the odometer. Its clean look doesn’t mean that this FR-S hasn’t been modified, though; it’s outfitted $3,752 worth of modifications to the engine and exhaust, $4,758 worth to the suspension and chassis, $11,445 worth to the exterior, and $3,495 worth to the interior.
These extensive modifications include a Varis Arising 2 body kit, Work M1R gunmetal grey wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, carbon fiber front and corner lip guard and rear diffuser attachments, and Sabelt GT130 fixed seats. This FR-S is offered for the Buy it Now price of $31,995.
Given how easy it is to modify the Scion FR-S (and how many owners choose to modify their rides), it’s safe to say that these won’t be the last decked-out FR-S models available in eBay—even after the model itself is but a distant memory.
News Source: AutoBlog