The CRX was back from the paint shop and ready for be reassembled. I spent two weeks putting the roof, hatch, rear bumper, doors, and interior back together with (mostly) labeled and documented parts.
Using metal from the first CRX, the rear panel of the '88 from South Carolina was repaired. The doors were also disassembled and the hood was sanded.
After purchasing the 1988 CRX, I drove it home to begin assessing just how much work was needed to restore it. The first step was to clean exterior and interior and begin identifying any immediate mechanical and cosmetic issues.