The last owner I'm aware that has it is on JDMST but the thread is like 3 years old, still look over the thread from time to time.
and there were about two Suzuki Cappuccino's in NSW that I wanted, a red one from Campbelltown which I went to inspect which was sold that morning I went
and a dark green one that got sold two weeks ago. Spewing.. Till this day I still want one and wish I got it rather than my MX5 at times so I could turn it into something I'd keep for a long time.
Especially how you can't import Cappuccino's anymore and the ones that go up for sale are your only chance.
About 18 months ago there was a AE86 Levin (think it was kouki gt-apex but it was ages ago so i've forgotten) White/Black Panda Notchback shell on Ebay, the guy incorrectly listed it just as a Toyota Sprinter & for only 3k, it look mint & had everything but a engine & gearbox. I was killing myself to get it, I went psycho & still today I think about how bloody lucky the current owner is, I still wonder what it might look like today.
I regret not buying a white AE111 with RPF1's that was forsale on jdmst ages ago, I think the old owner was 'DreadAngel' or something along those lines.
Roughly around 1000 kg, you get individual throttle bodies as stock, an lsd, vvt, 165hp, lsd, 4 seats. Would've probably saved alot of money owning that car, seeing as aftermarket parts aren't that readily available for the car and it would be a great daily driver. Just own it, drive it, have fun with it. Way more spacious than an NA, more powerful and roughly as light (with a greater potential for weight shedding).
Parts not being readily available means you go searching... Means you spend more money :p
And you end up seeking rare parts, or just parts which in turn are rare, as the care is fairly uncommon. It's like parts for my first gen... If I want anything that was an option, I will expect to pay anywhere between $100 (for something small) to anywhere near 1k (for something big)