I have a '92 Legacy that I am going to use for the engine, trans, and suspension for my '81 Hatch. I have been planning it in my mind for years now. In order to make the necessary modifications and fabrications you will need a welder. You can figure out multiple ways of doing everything else, but a decent welder is essential. If you have that, then you can do this.
I am essentially going to chop up the Legacy but keep the portions of the body/frame intact where the suspension attaches to the car so I can retain the factory orientation. From that I will either build a custom sub-frame with the same orientation or weld a frame to the actual pieces of the Legacy and use the factory mounting points. It's going to be a huge project. In fact the reason I haven't done it yet is that I need a better shop for such a substantial project. It will be absolutely worthy when it's done, but it's a massive undertaking. I know you guys in Bulgaria are very capable problem solvers and can do this, it's more of a personal benefit/cost decision based on time, interest/dedication, and resources. If you do it, make sure you have a second car to drive while you work on the Hatch.
Here's Pooparu's EJ'd Hatch:
Edited by ferox, 08 June 2014 - 12:12 PM.