Joined: 09 Jan 2004 Posts: 10601 Location: floating bumpercar
Posted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 5:36 am Post subject:
I really wouldn't delve into something like that without having some dedicated garage space available. Other than that, I don't know nearly enough about that thing to give you much advice. It might be a relatively easy car to learn to work on, or it might be total hell. Also, parts availability might suck?
There's no talking out of that. do it. do. it. doitnow. just buy it. you'll love it, or you'll hate it, either way, it'll be an awesome experience in one hell of a beautiful car! _________________ His question....A Buck...apparently he put his wager first, and now his question....Futter...Buck...Futter....BUCKFUTTER!!!
Joined: 02 Apr 2007 Posts: 1460 Location: Only non-mod
Posted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:32 pm Post subject:
I don't think I could ever fit inside of it. So, personally, I would pass. Too small. _________________ Reading: Articles on basic house renovation
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Joined: 09 Jan 2004 Posts: 1104 Location: Awash in a sea of baby shit and BMW parts
Posted: Fri Aug 07, 2015 10:50 am Post subject:
I refuse to talk you out of this. The GT is a super cool little car. It's a mini 4 cylinder German Corvette. They're sorta rare, but not so rare that you'd have to feel bad for cutting it up or shoehorning something like a SR20 into it.. I totally endorse this decision and welcome you to project car hell. You're in good company. _________________ Blarg.
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