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Old 01-13-2018, 09:08 PM   #31
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Whoo-boy. This is a lot of work! Going slowly. That 6 silly is a bigun.

I'm going to mess with some stuff whilst the engine/trans is out. Mainly a new clutch and flywheel that I have to put in that I am nervous as hell about. Those crappers cost about as much as the car...so hoping I don't mess that bit up! And other odds and ends.

Then I get to take apart another Ti....at least I'll be working on the final car though at that point. Was really hard pushing to get through the Z. By the end will have pretty well taken apart 3 cars....this is fun right? This is fun! Fun....



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