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Prophecy's AE92 Corolla Levin

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by Prophecy, Sep 21, 2013.

  1. Prophecy

    Prophecy New Member

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    lol... Still no engine in it... Feeling like I may have been wrong, when I previously said it wouldnt be a project that'd last forever, its certainly feeling that way... I do think once the engine actually goes in with a manual box, and it cranks over into life, it wont be long until its driveable. Its just getting that engine done, at this point.
     
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    Prophecy New Member

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    Ended up getting an engine in it from a front cut of another jdm ae92 levin gt apex, with manual gearbox etc. Most of it was together, just lost interest in making it work because I had got the fiesta, which is far more enjoyable in pretty well every way than the levin ever would have been, so I sold it. The guy that bought it got it like 99% but a fuel issue left him with a car that wouldnt run, I have no idea whether he managed to fix it or if he sold it on as well. Either way, maybe i'll be in a trueno gtz one day, but the Levin was not to be, in the end.
     

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