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Thought wtf till i saw the 2nd pic!
Whose is it?
Endless fun to be had
sweet - that has got to be fun, especially if the old man drives it.
(Previously owned a SRi-Turbo Phase III.5 running 290bhp 370ibft
AUDI Sales Executive
lol, I want a go!
yer thats got to be great:roll: shi77y small brakes, as 16v brakes wont fit, soggy suspension great fun:roll:
Worst thing is they are probably paying less on insurance than someone who does the conversion properly.
IMHO - fI_Icking dangerous
Cant Think of Anything Funny To Say
LMAO, that is so cool. Even got the roof rack for the ladder
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16v brakes will fit under 14" wheels. The Astra GTE 16v only had 14's from the factory, so did the later Mk3 Astra Gsi 16v.
My friend has done a similar thing, he is building a turbo MK3, but has know where to store the engine while the car is being built, so it is sitting in his Astra MK2 1.4 LX estate.
And it still has 13" steel wheels on it.
lol looks like fun - what a waste of a tidy looking engine tho!
Previous Astras: 1994 Cesaro 1.8 16v | 2002 SXi 1.6 16v | 2001 Coupé 2.0 Turbo | 1999 LS 1.6 16v
Other Vauxhalls: 2001 Vectra 1.8 16v| 2003 Vectra GSi 3.2 V6 | 2005 Signum CDTi 150
PMSL!!! But why?
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