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      06-10-2019 12:50 PM #26
      I really love the styling of these and they've aged very well in my opinion.

      I was lusting hard on the 91 20VT Coupe that went up on BAT a few months ago:
      1991 20VT Coupe - $23K

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      06-10-2019 01:12 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by Diamond Dave View Post
      I was lusting hard on the 91 20VT Coupe that went up on BAT a few months ago:
      1991 20VT Coupe - $23K

      That was built by my friend Chris, I've seen it person on many occasions. They look great after a few simple 'euro market' adjustments, and are very fun and reasonably powerful after similar treatment too

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      06-11-2019 01:10 AM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid_Hatch View Post
      I think you mean the B4 style hood? it had the grill integrated in the hood and is on there like an overbite

      ...because i for sure am putting on an S2 bumper... It will clear an intercooler:


      Yes! Bumper good, Overbite grill bad.
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      06-12-2019 10:01 AM #29
      Definitely in!

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      06-12-2019 03:49 PM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid_Hatch View Post

      Yeah, how about no. Note the sheer volume the radiator assembly takes up, image that all hidden with the space cleared up. Something to consider is a front mount aluminum radiator in the radiator support with ~8" pancake fans. Aside from the cosmetic appeal, just the ability to have working room is worth it.

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      06-14-2019 01:36 PM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by The A1 and A2 German View Post
      Yeah, how about no. Note the sheer volume the radiator assembly takes up, image that all hidden with the space cleared up. Something to consider is a front mount aluminum radiator in the radiator support with ~8" pancake fans.[/IMG]
      I believe the side mount was more for weight distribution. These cars are already nose heavy with the entire cast iron block infront of the front axles, moving the radiator to the side at least keeps a bit more weight off of the nose of an already nose heavy car.


      New video up, got the s2 bumper on as well as a potential radiator fix and some cosmetic fixes


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