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thanks for all the comps fellas!
HOWEVER, me and mike made a verbal agreement at h20 this year that if he gets it completely done by h20 next year, i'll demonstrate something for you guys in ocean city..... So i think him and the rest of the eurowise guys should be motivated....
The euroWise Guys are getting serious now...
So what i wanted was basicly the entire r32 car stuffed in a rabbit shell... I'll keep the typing to a minimum and let the pics do the talking....
braced more of the car up to keep everything true...
notice the modified mk4 subframe... Bolted in place...
They go from this....
from under the car...
and finally, a new firewall, and don't worry, there will be a few less holes soon....
Looks amazing Nash. Seeing you're baby cut up is definitely a crazy feeling
(this used to be my black car)
I have a feeling your's will turn out a little better though lol
But it begs me to ask, why use your current bunny to do this? From a purely logical standpoint, it would have been much better to just buy a crappy old shell for $500 bucks and turn It into this, instead of tearing apart a beautiful car.
I think I can predict your answer though...
PS: I still have my Fuba antenna I bought in like 2002 sitting in a box somewhere
old pic from back in the day... miss you all!
as for the 993. i went looked at a few, but these cars have seriously held their value and couldn't find anything i liked for under $40k. I couldn't justify spending the money only to have it sit in a garage most of the time... I bought my s2k a year ago and have only driven it 3,000 miles One day though
As for why this car. I wanted to get another shell since I knew what route I wanted to go with this project in regards to all the cutting... however, a few people i respected said that it wouldn't be the "nashty rabbit" if i used another car and thought it was time for this car to evolve. either way, it does hurt to see this, but then again, its just a car....
this interesting to watch, man keep it up on posting their progress and the basics of how they're doing this and lining everything up
More progress and must say... the guys at eurowise are definitely doing things the way i had explained and asked and they have even surpassed even my expectations in regards to quality and time.... thanks fellas
enough of the hallmark comments and time for the progress report.....
mk1 front control arm structures cut off
they reinforced the body with steel plates where the mk1 subframe\control arm mounts were cut off
drivers side oem mounting point for front subframe mount retrofitted
passenger side shot
detailed shot of mounting point
view from under the rabbit of the subframe bolted up
the way it goes is..... i tell them my ideas and they tell me whether it is possible or not... So far i've gotten more yes's than no's, but after discussing suspension idea's with mike this weekend, i'm expecting a few no's coming soon....
I'm sure once all the fabricating is done, mike will let me rachet in one bolt.....