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So talk to me about the ea63...

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#1 RenaissanceMan


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Posted 16 May 2009 - 11:51 AM

So I have an offer to take a 76 4wd wagon with an ea63 for $600.00

The condition for its age is truly amazing. (It even still has the original spare, lol. Car runs fine other than the carburetor needs to be rebuilt. Radiator is fine, no major leaks, brakes are fine. Kindof an amazing little find.

OK, so my problem is that I already have a Stage 1 77 4wd wagon, but its a project car... Whats nice is that my 77 has an ea71, and its rough enough that I don't worry about cutting and welding on it.

SO... what can you tell me about the mighty ea63? will I get squished like a bug on these california freeways not being able to get up to speed? DO need TWO stage one cars that will BOTH require maintenance?

I passed the word along to Rich (subieguy) about the car, and he might be interested in it as well. We'll see if one of us can get some pics later today.

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Posted 17 May 2009 - 10:46 AM

see "1976 wagon" thread.. turns out its actually just a first generation ea71. I didnt recognise it cause the manifold had a lot less stuff on it than my 77's ea71

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