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Thread: Wreck of 17158 - 4 cylinder turbo swap

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    Join Date:  Oct 2013

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    My VIN:    6272 10638 17158

    Thanks!

    Sadly updates will be a bit slow for the next few months atleast. I am working on chassis components at home right now, but I'm in the middle of a garage reno at the cottage, which will make a spot to build this car, once I get a garage floor, this chassis should come together pretty quick and the pics can start flowing!

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    Props for such an ambitious and complete start to finish project, I'd love to have a 4 cylinder economical and powerful D. Good choice. I only wonder how it will sound!

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    My VIN:    6272 10638 17158

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    Finally got some time on her this weekend
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    Location:  Cookeville, TN

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    This restoration job looks amazing with the tub and framework! Looking forward to seeing this completed with your swap
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