Type: Posts; User: Broduski
The purpose of the thread is what ticks all your boxes. If that's what ticks his boxes I don't see the issue.
Got a cheap 16v MK2, Found the vortex. Migrated to TCL and never left. I think that's probably true for most people.
I stopped reading when I realized you didn't buy that 164.
I don't like unladen chevys with 4l60s. I sure as hell wouldn't tow with one. Find a 3/4 ton.
I beg to differ. I've driven quite a few manual and automatic medium duty trucks. Prefer the manual 10 times outta 10.
Hope this works out well for you. I want to do the exact same thing on my F100. Looks like a pretty slick setup and the cost is hard to beat.
Why not 3.55?
Can I be your worst enemy? If Plymouth I'll take my punishment in either a 68 Roadrunner, 69 Fury, Or a 74-80 Trailduster. Maybe a Duster. ;)
Dude you're an idiot
The only right answer is Hydras.
The fact that it's a convertible 4wd truck.
Looks cool, but why unit-bearing? Are they rebuildable or would you have to replace it?
Try the turbobricks Facebook page (If you have one) Also, look under the dash by the steering wheel for the fuel injection relay. That's where it is on earlier K-Jet cars.
Yes because a 1970 Country squire is the exact same thing as a new Ford. :rolleyes: And despite being 40 years old. My 73-79 Ford trucks have been some of the most reliable, simple to repair vehicles.
you seriously don't know that the AE86 Corolla is desirable.
Meh. It's just a Z31.
Oxford green. That's what my E34 is, so I'm a bit biased here. Best green ever.
Those are both the exact same width. the 45 has a smaller diameter. Step it up to a 245 if you want a little wider.
I've had like 22 cars so I can't remember all the combos. But for now it's
78 Dodge Power Wagon
76 Ford F100
95 BMW 525i
87 Ford Bronco
So jealous. :thumbup: The E34 is the best 5 series ever built IMO.
Thanks for this. I know what I'll be buying for mine soon.