WTB: 94-95 wagon

kdetlor
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WTB: 94-95 wagon

Postby kdetlor » April 12th, 2010 01:51 PM

I'm wanting to start a project. The body must be mint, that is the main thing. I'll be doing the suspension, engine/exhaust/tranny bits at a time.
Any suggestions on what order I should do things in?

thanks,
Ken

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Re: WTB: 94-95 wagon

Postby Brain'sWagon » April 12th, 2010 02:27 PM

kdetlor wrote:I'm wanting to start a project. The body must be mint, that is the main thing. I'll be doing the suspension, engine/exhaust/tranny bits at a time.
Any suggestions on what order I should do things in?

thanks,
Ken

Hi Ken. post an intro in the proper section.
a location,color,auto or 5spd etc...will help us help u :D

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Re: WTB: 94-95 wagon

Postby kdetlor » April 14th, 2010 10:42 AM

I just picked up a 96 wagon for a decent price. The body has all the 320K worth of dings, dents and scratches BUT there are NO holes, NO accidents and very little rust!
I now have my project car. Now, what do I do first. I think since the car's motor is so old that I will do that first.
I have a contact on a H23 VTECH, but I'm not holding my breath. If it's a good price (Under 1000) I'll snap it up right away.