View Single Post
  #11  
Old 02-14-2013, 03:14 AM
pjoa09 pjoa09 is offline
Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: Thailand
 
Join Date: Nov 2009
Posts: 120
Mein Auto: 318i E30 1992 (M40)
Quote:
Originally Posted by BigBoy740il View Post
The body has evidence of rusting in wheel wells, leaking tail light gaskets with clogged trunk drains, improperly rolled fenders, and finally excessive bondo work. To really find out the true extent of the body damage you must remove the cracked body filler. In addition, I'm not a fan of the Nissan engine swap, but that is entirely up to you. This combo might cause serious problems when it comes to getting troubleshooting answers on this forum.
It's not rusting. It's just cracked from some stupid driving, poor fender rolling. Yeah under the tail light there is a rust hole. I tried running a magnet over that white crack, it stuck, so I don't know, not a show piece, but some metal there. Yeah, I understood that before getting into it. I had made a post before in which i contemplated the SR20 with serious scrutiny but I wanted something more exciting and lovable than the M40 in the four door 318i, I can't find a 325i for cheap at least, so hashtag YOLO. I needed to make a mistake, mistakes are fun, I think? I'll figure that out, young enough.

Yes, I bought it.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tkaczuk View Post
Really it depends on price. I don't know what the market is in Thailand. If its a good price and your happy I would say go for it. E30's generally cause a little diy work. What kind of Nissian swap is it? Out of a S13?
Engine is out of the S14, I sometimes wish I had an S13 SR20DET but if I got that one then I'd wish I had the S14. S14s are easy to 300 WHP I heard. Got some VTC rattle already though.

Unfortunately, the battery died and the last owner had installed a really stiff noisy OS Giken clutch, I think I'll get used to it.

Decent price for all the goodies and speed.
Reply With Quote