Are there non-projective normal surfaces which are rational?

Every non-singular complete surface is projective. On the other hand, there are non-projective complete surfaces (see e.g. Excercise II.7.13 of Hartshorne) - and there are such examples where the surface is also normal (see e.g. this ). All the examples I have seen of complete normal non-projective surfaces are non-rational. Hence the question: are there (complete) rational non-projective normal surfaces?

Edit: I just saw a previous question which asked for examples of normal non-projective varieties. So I guess this is a sub-question of that one.

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There exists non-projective toric varieties, which are of course rational. – J.C. Ottem Jan 5 '11 at 15:32
...but all complete toric surfaces are projective. – Dave Anderson Jan 5 '11 at 18:11