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  1. Trader_X
    May 24, 2015 @ 5:07 pm

    Primo insane project with this car – power for an old Porsche. Preferably a shabby one (do they still have those?) It's been done – by the service manager for a P-car dealership Somewhere in Los Angeles. Written up in that old illustrated motor swap book we've all read and can't find any more. He built a stealth engine cover out of hardshell suitcases from the Goodwill – these days those would probably be harder to find than any of the other bits needed. See you at the stoplight.

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    • Hunsbloger
      May 24, 2015 @ 10:48 pm

      That's a pretty common swap for Corvairs and it keeps the engine and chassis in the same family without having to spend mega bucks for the Porsche cover.
      Corvanado

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    • Cameron Shepherd
      May 25, 2015 @ 3:56 pm

      You know, you're right. Olds-powered Corvairs are common as dirt. Silly me! 🙂 I guess the only advantage of the Porsche is that you can piss almost everybody off with it.

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  2. mrkwong
    May 25, 2015 @ 7:31 am

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  3. mrkwong
    May 25, 2015 @ 7:46 am

    Oh, the humanity! Oh, those poor tires, howling like a Japanese bondage-fetish starlet at the mere sight of a corner!

    FWD has its advantages in packaging but in no vehicle is that less appropriate and less useful than a 4300lb 'personal luxury' tank.

    Though I have to admit these were fairly attractive, an DC the first FWD Eldorado even more so.

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