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lastchance

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About lastchance

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  • Birthday 01/01/1943

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  1. Did it sound better than mine before you started parting it? Haha!
  2. I haven't sold it yet, but would be (mostly?) interested in the tranny... How many miles does it have, pretty low right?
  3. two years to go on my turbo wagon before i can get collector plates!
  4. I bought an Outback so this car is going up for sale in the next few weeks... Stay tuned!
  5. Welche Stadt in Österreich leben Sie?
  6. bumping this up for more exposure, maybe some of the west coast guys will have some insight.
  7. haha, i know shawn! it was good talking to you yesterday, i'll keep you posted on what happens.
  8. thanks. i know they're much more common up there, mine came from a dealership in the dalles, actually. haha! i've got some floating around but i'll get up pics soon of how the car looks at this moment... mostly just dusty. thanks jonas!
  9. KBB, NADA, edmunds, etc. all seem pretty useless. i searched the FS forum for recent sales data but didn't see a whole lot of 1984 (or 1983 for that matter) turbo wagons being sold or moved around the board. obviously condition and mileage trumps all but what should i expect to ask for the old wagon? 172k miles failing front diff disc brake conversion stacks of service records as far back as 1999 when i bought the car from the original owner 9/10 interior 7-7.5/10 exterior tinted windows new tune up parts new red top battery new bosch (not reman) starter plus a bunch of other things what do you guys think? i'm not holding onto the idea of keeping the car because it's rare/unique/95% original, it's just that i have no use for it and it's been garaged for the last 5 years. someone out there should enjoy this thing.
  10. lastchance

    1984 turbo wagon, auto to a 5 speed?

    jerry - bratsrus1
  11. it's much better with the same outcome. no mess!
  12. yep. good for solder, creme brulee, and finding vacuum leaks.
  13. i used to do the carb cleaner trick but it's not safe on an engine that hot, plus makes a mess. i'm sure those harsh chemicals aren't good for the vacuum (non oil or gas rated) lines either. the small propane torch trick is really effective.
  14. i'm glad to see this car is still on the road.
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