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Should I buy my old brat back?


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#1 Uberoo

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Posted 23 September 2007 - 11:58 PM

My old brat has come up for sale.Should I buy it back?I need to pull the engine and tranny(engine is dead,the tranny needs the shifter slop mod done but a drill bit broke of in there so I need to punch it out from above.It might still have the weber I installed on it.Although I probally would sell it to fund the spfi conversion.Should I buy it back?

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 01:16 AM

My old brat has come up for sale.Should I buy it back?I need to pull the engine and tranny(engine is dead,the tranny needs the shifter slop mod done but a drill bit broke of in there so I need to punch it out from above.It might still have the weber I installed on it.Although I probally would sell it to fund the spfi conversion.Should I buy it back?

yah? (that is what *I* would want to hear, in your shoes anyhow..)

#3 cd45

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 06:22 AM

Buy it!! Buy it!! I am finding that they are the coolest trucks made. I love mine.

#4 Scott in Bellingham

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 07:47 AM

My old brat has come up for sale.Should I buy it back?I need to pull the engine and tranny(engine is dead,the tranny needs the shifter slop mod done but a drill bit broke of in there so I need to punch it out from above.It might still have the weber I installed on it.Although I probally would sell it to fund the spfi conversion.Should I buy it back?


I bought back my old white car, Im glad to have it back, do it, ( and sell me that Weber:rolleyes: )

#5 s'ko

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 10:21 AM

If you ever want to own a BRAT again I would buy it back. They are getting harder to find and more pricey.

(BTW how much do they want for it :grin: )

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#6 Uberoo

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 12:03 PM

they want 600 for it.even Though I traded it for a wagon and still had to pay 150-trade in value of brat was 300.The yard that has it says they paid 600 for it...they SORTA did.300 trade in+300 but I only paid 150 for it because the motor on the wagon blew a headgasket two weeks into owning it.Although I still fail to see how they paid 600 for it?The wagon was a trade in aswell..so I guess I wont buy it then.Its on the spokane craigslist




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