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    Well i finally got one, here she is;
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    Its an 83 aussie ae86, I have 2 engines for it, the original 4ac and a 4agze. The 4ac is going in until I get my full license, then the gze will be going in with a turbo. It's not registered yet, theres a few major rust spots that need to be repaired, and just a general tidy up.
    So yeh thats my new toy, im also looking for a new hatch, the rust on this ones pretty bad, so if you have one send me a pm

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    chromies ulehhhh

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    yay yeaaahhhh chromies home dawg

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    Yeah they arent staying on....... they don't suit the car at all. Not sure what wheels to get, but chromies are definately out, need wheels that compliment the car, not wheels that slow it down...

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    Got started today





    Once the engine is in, rust is getting cut out, and im respraying the car in the original red.

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    some bad rust spots there.


    p.s stop teasing im about the chromies uleh cuz. makes the car go fast cuz

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil86 View Post
    some bad rust spots there.
    Good time as any to use a grinder and learn how to use a welder

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    Yep, starting the rust repair this weekend. I'm having second thoughts about putting the 4ac in, and fixing it up for roadworthy. I'm considering going all out, doing a proper rebuild and fitting the gze in straight off.
    I've got other cars to drive so getting this on the road isn't a priority, also i've been inspired by some of the awesome build ups on this site. I've never driven a stocko, but I have heard it leaves alot to be desired.

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    Try it. Then when you change you'll appreciate it all the more.

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    When i changed from 4ac to 4age I was actually suprised. I thought the 4ac was better on the low revs!

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