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  1. Hey there folks. I am the proud owner of FOUR 2nd gen Brats. ('82 and '86 are stock, '85 is lifted, and the last Brat is a fairly intact parts car with a bunch of extras). I have restored the '86 Brat (140k) into a very functional daily driver, and my next project is an EJ swap into the lifted '85. I picked up a '96 Impreza outback with 160k as the donor vehicle for $350. Though I am basically mechanically proficient and have lots of fabrication skills and a full shop to work with, it feels a little daunting to jump in with no one looking over my shoulder. I can't afford to use up the space /time in an endless slog and would like to approach it in an efficient way. My question is: is there any one located in southern Oregon who would be willing to help me out in doing the swap in exchange for some cash or trade? I have a working farm, a Saw Mill, lots of walnut/oak/maple/elm slabs, and a number of pieces of heavy machinery that I operate and would happily do work exchange with. Any advice is appreciated, and yes, I've bookmarked many of the best links on this forum having to do with the EJ swap (though more are always welcome!) Cheers.