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2001 civic ex coupe, selling it hopefully for a mid 90's eclipse.

Are you crazy..... <_<

 

Mitsubishi should stick to making T.V.'s... :ph34r:

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:P This is my vehicle to the online world:

 

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But really, my vehicle right now is either a bike or the bus until I get my liscense :angry:. Then it will be an rear-ended '84 Honda Civic :lol::P. It actually still drives well, and the frame is fine-just don't look at the back end or in the trunk :wacko:.

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Are you crazy..... <_<

 

Mitsubishi should stick to making T.V.'s... :ph34r:

Well the whole reason im selling it is that im goin to be goin to school and wont be able to pay for it. Its not final on the mitsu though, i was originally looking for another honda.

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These pictures were taken about 4-5 months ago and have done some cleaning and minor upgrades. Its an 1988 bmw 325is white exterior on black interior. Engine is a I-6 (inline six) pumping out about 200 rear wheel horsepower

Exterior

Engine

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beautiful...I was wondering about the year...

 

I guess I am ok, since my bike is worth more than some of the cars you guys drive :P ( I assume...please someone post a piecer!)

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90 ford bronco... kinda :)

 

90 ford bronco frame, 89 473cui v8 (F450 pull), 89 C6 trans (F450 pull), dual NP205 transfer cases (88 and 91 F350), Dana 60 front axle (79 F350), Dana 60 rear axle with ford 10.5" rear end (79 F350), 9" of lift (3 body 6 suspension), 94 front clip (from the windshield forward on the body donated from another bronco), 38" radial TSRS, custom front bumper (welded by ME).

 

All in all over $80k in parts put into it, countless man-hours of labor... and it all started with a $6000 daily driver that met the trails :rolleyes: but then again the $$$ accounts for 6 sets of tires at $2500 for all 4 and plenty of parts I've replaced more than once (or ten times)

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