• For $700 I'd give that E21 a chance. This would be the punch list:
    -Check fuel pump function
    -Clean out tank or attempt starting on external fuel source with a makeshift pump setup
    -Check K-jet fuel pressures, test warm-up regulator and fuel distributor function
    -Hotwire to start, but source a used ignition switch w/ key or get the right key code cut into a blank
    -Check for spark
    -Get it running, drive around and listen/smell for whatever else is wrong with it
    -Compression check
    -Brake check (during test drive)
    -Cut springs
    -Tuck bumpers

  • What could go wrong with a early 90's Jag for 1,000 bucks?

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  • You could use this to shuttle old people around until you can afford a real car.


    • How about a master of roads. She looks pretty tired, but it does have the towing package and a region specific Sven and Ole's bumper sticker


    • @jeffzekas – Can I get a bit more detail from you on this topic? I've been looking in slo-mo for an E32 with a stick. Well, it's slo-mo because there just are not very many here, or their owners aren't letting them go. Maybe I'm barking up a tree I shouldn't be, although it's probably keeping me from buying an old Citroen. Frying pan >> fryer. Additional perspective is appreciated. Thx in advance.

  • Found a Nissan Maxima with an L28ET swap and some assembly required.


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  • me and lorenzo rollin in a benzo
    I'm drivin' Benz 190
    2.5 and you know where to find me
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