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Restorer posted a question in Car Buying InformationGood day All, New to the forum here ;) I'm looking to purchase a car manufactured between 1960-1990 for a full restoration project. Would love to see if any BMW e34 (1984) are available. Even a Datsun b210 is okay. Original book should be available. It doesn't matter if the car is in very bad condition as I plan on working on it from ground up. I'd really appreciate if you could let me know what cars are available. Thanks in advance!
So for a long time I've wanted to do my own project car, I have had no luck finding a ck2 or any other car I can convert to an evo 6 or above (I'd prefer evo 8). I want to restore a car more than convert it to be honest, so my questions are 1.Which lancers can be converted to evo 8? 2.where can I find junk yard lancers with a crap body or something for about Rs.500,000 or lower with preferably a working engine/an engine that doesn't need alot of work and a body that I can restore or just the body without the engine and tranny so I can put my own? I am super new to this car modification/conversion scene so please be kind
It’s been a while I was thinking of getting a BMW E36. But finally I end up getting an E30. The car has not been abused, but it has accumulated work over the period that needs attention. My intention is to gather up all missing bits and pieces together and build the car back to its original glory. This might not be a big project comparing to some ground up projects and restores. But all help and suggestions are welcome. Here are the things I will have to attend immediately. Complete restore of the instrument cluster. Meters worked for few days after me getting the car, except for the Odometer. However stopped working due to a shudder while I was reversing the car. Coolant leak occurred last week. It’s coming from the water pump. Will be taking it out at the local garage. AC fan seems working even at “0” position. And the AC switch is broken so it’s in the on position all the time. There are small works remaining in rest of the car. For example broken winders, shaky door looks, some interior parts, and a good paint job.