How bout a Dual range 1600 3 door with diff lock
THat's what I want!!!!
Only drop it into a late 70's Coupe...or wagon,more likely.
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Posted 07 January 2006 - 11:20 AM
Interesting - wonder why Subaru saw fit to put an EA71 in the beast. Maybe an engine size limitation on imports in certain countries? Had some surplus stock?? I see its equipped with power steer - doesnt look like a poverty model
Yes I know most of this shape in NZ are EA82s - just curious though.
Am I right in saying most of this model they have in NZ are imported direct from Japan? Lucky sods if that is the case :-p
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I like how the factory mounting space for the stereo is bulged outward so a standard-depth deck can be fitted. Why the heck didn't they make them like that here?
Posted 07 January 2006 - 03:45 PM
Would the EA82 gearboxes mate up to an EA71 easily?
Interesting on the Subarus in Finland - having a look at the rest of that site - you have an interesting cross section of options and models from that era. Subiemech would drool over all your cars there - they all seem to have headlight squirters. (Guess its a necessity!) Do the 85-94 models in Finland have headlight electronic level adjustment? I know some of the German ones do.
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Posted 10 January 2006 - 04:46 PM
You want some stranger combinations, just look around in some (so called) third world countries. Ask the guy who sometimes comes on this board who lives in Israel. I've heard of, but never really seen one, an Impreza with an EJ15 in it. Some countries have a tax system that taxes cars based upon the cubic displacement of thier engines, I believe Italy is one of them, and they have combinations that are seen nowhere else.
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