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Old 28-03-2020, 12:10 PM   #11
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Full body resto with all the usual 02 grot replaced, csp 100mm wider rear wings, kersher running boards, fiber whale tail of the 80's, front wings/spoiler from street lethal.

Subaru EJ20T built closed deck block forged piston bla bla bla. Reversed Subaru gearbox with Subaru gears kit.

Adjustable coils all round, polybushes uprated roll bars.

944s front stubs/hubs and alloy rear arms, Boxster S brembo calipers all round.

18" Porsche BBS split rims, Toyo R888 road/track tyres

Cage, buckets, TRS harnesses, alloy door panels, stripped interior
Looks just what I'm trying to achieve with my pug 03 just out of interest what were the et on split rims I have a set of cups with a et of 23 on front with kersher struts and was wondering what inner turning clearance was like before rubbing on inner wing or lover front mounts!
Did you have to use spacers
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I’m hoping this will be a “light” restoration! Definitely needs a new roof and interior but very straight body wise.
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Full body resto with all the usual 02 grot replaced, csp 100mm wider rear wings, kersher running boards, fiber whale tail of the 80's, front wings/spoiler from street lethal.

Subaru EJ20T built closed deck block forged piston bla bla bla. Reversed Subaru gearbox with Subaru gears kit.

Adjustable coils all round, polybushes uprated roll bars.

944s front stubs/hubs and alloy rear arms, Boxster S brembo calipers all round.

18" Porsche BBS split rims, Toyo R888 road/track tyres

Cage, buckets, TRS harnesses, alloy door panels, stripped interior
This looks intense!!!!!!
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Looks well great pic!

Is your reg VW 1974? awesome plate

Yeah it came with the car, the front one works better
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