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Old 03-28-2011, 10:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Would you buy this?

I am looking at a buying an evo 9 and found this, I am not sure what most of this stuff is so please tell me the good/bad and what you would pay for a car like this. I want a car that will last me a while and i am planning on using it mainly for a daily driver. Here are the things it has on it:
-18x9.5 enkie NO3's

-slotted rotters

-25mm spacers in front

-swift drop springs

-gtspec front cross brace

-cusco front and rear anti swaybars

-new act cluch kit

-bride vios low bucket seats

-buddy club low max seat rails

-sparco suede stearing wheel

-works bell detachable stearing hub

-wiesco 9:0:1 pistons

-cp rods

-cosworth crank

-APR headstuds

-kelford 272 cams

-supertech titanium valve train

-manual boost controller

-agressive professional tune

-walbro 255l fuel pump

-custom bent full turbo back exhaust

-buddy club titanium lugs

-k&n short ram intake

I will post pics later when I can. its clean though.
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Parts of the interior are stripped but are available, except the back seat, and the front door panels are for automatic windows and this car has manual windows. How hard would it be to convert it to automatic windows?

Thanks
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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id def buy this if i had the money and to convert the windows is more of a pain than its really worth cause ive had to mess with stuff like that in my car and not only is it a pain in the butt but there is a really good chance of something stupid happening with the window staying in the track. But the car is really a good find how many mile does it have and what are they asking??
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Old 04-22-2011, 07:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Looks like it might have been someones track car judging from the steering wheel and stripped out interior. I would find our how it was driven and if everything checks out fine with the engine since it was built. If everything looks good tho, get it.
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