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rturbo 930

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rturbo 930 last won the day on January 28

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  1. In your position, I'd do the Subaru LSD swap instead, should be more straight forward, and you get a limited slip, and weight gain won't be an issue.
  2. Did he drive it in the winter too and keep it outside? Goddamn that's a lot of rust.
  3. Yup, good move. That car wasn't worth fixing, if it was even fixable by a non-professional. I have a car in far better shape than that one, and I expect I'll cut it up eventually. The new shell looks much better.
  4. The price doesn't seem too outrageous to me. Even if it's a little high (I have no idea if it is or isn't these days), I personally would just take the hit to have my car back.
  5. Nice looking car. Welcome.
  6. The scheme on the Mazda looks good, and I think that would look better, and would certainly be easier than your original idea. Could also just paint the rockers black if that's the only area you're having issues.
  7. Check this out: https://www.classiczcars.com/forums/topic/59909-where-to-go-with-this-rusthole/#comments
  8. Yup, strip it of useful parts, to keep for another project or sell onto someone else, scrap the chassis. That one isn't worth the effort. I have a chassis in far better shape than that, and it'll probably end up scrapped as well.
  9. Unless the rest of the car is absolutely pristine, I think I'd just scrap it. It looks like the whole roof structure needs to be replaced.
  10. Looks like it rotted from the inside of the panel, meaning that's only the tip of the iceberg. I'd do a full inspection of the entire car, but I think there's a good chance you'll be sending that shell to the scrap yard.
  11. Taking a look behind the panel to see if it looks like it's been cut up, or just bondo'd over should give you an idea of what will need doing to mount up the bumpers again.
  12. Oh god, you bought that one. Best of luck lol. On the bright side, you can only improve it. Should be sick when it's all done.
  13. I don't know why you're so hung up on having material behind it. Just butt weld it. Don't make it more complicated than it needs to be.
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