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sr20de in a 1200 sedan that owes the owner $2000 including the cost of the car and getting it registered!!!! smart mod!

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Posted: 2006/8/6 14:10  Updated: 2006/8/6 14:10
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2005/8/26
Posts: 1877
 Re: another sleeper
So the car was free? how much is rego?

nice going, thats awsome!

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Posted: 2006/8/6 16:43  Updated: 2006/8/6 16:43
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/4/14
Posts: 371
 Re: another sleeper
Car cost me $175

I'd be lying to say the $2k covered rego. But it did cover the things needed to be done to get it Roadworthy and the conversion (yes it is pretty dodgey :P)

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Posted: 2006/8/7 8:30  Updated: 2006/8/7 8:30
Just can't stay away
Joined: 2005/5/17
From: NSW
Posts: 130
 Re: another sleeper
Gotta admire anyone who can get an old car on the road for under $5k, particularly with an engine swap. When you take into account Rego at $500, and Engineers report $700 (depending on who does it), plus the cost of the car, the motor and 'box, diff, wiring for the EFI, EFI fuel pump etc...etc.., if you're not doing the majority of the work yourself the costs soon add up.

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Posted: 2017/10/9 8:20  Updated: 2017/10/9 8:20
Joined: 2001/5/3
From: Hawaii, USA
Posts: 29466
 Re: another sleeper
Nice can-do inspiration. More details of Rich's swap are at SR engine swap