This car is for sale. The asking price is $16k, and that price is firm. It’s solid, with a bit of rust under the battery tray, but otherwise super solid. See pics below. Also included (if wanted) are a strong 2.4 engine and a 5 speed and all the hard to find parts to convert to manual. You’d have to buy a clutch set and a clutch master and slave, which are available on rock auto or zcarsource. I have the pedals, the factory hydraulic line, the shift boot, the cross member, etc…
Car runs and drives fine as is, but smokes a bit at high RPM
Compression is 170, 170, 165, 170, 150, 125. This engine is numbers matching.
These photos are not in chronological order.
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The new NeedThatCar 2016 F150 is proving to be a great vehicle, which will fill many roles. But there was a problem with the seat comfort that had to be rectified before I could drive it very far. It has FAR too much lumbar support, and even though it’s adjustable, even in the most relaxed position, it’s too much. So much, in fact, that it would cause back pain after as little of 10 minutes of driving. I do not have previous back issues, so this was very unsettling after just a few days of ownership.
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This car is listed on eBay. It’s an amazing car in amazing original condition. Click on any of the photos below for a larger version. See the ebay ad here to buy.
This auction has no reserve. The original paint, the chrome and brightwork, the original interior, all in great shape. The car currently has the body matched wheels and poverty caps, but also includes the hubcaps you see in some of the photos.
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This post originally appeared here, at Hooniverse.com.
Just in case we have fallen short on our coverage of the two-engined MR2/FX mashup Lemons build, here’s one more post about it. Many of the commenters in the previous posts have asked for more photos of the build process. Well wish no more, for here are all of the pictures, strung together, into a 7 minute video of the whole process.
Click through to see the three month build (and the race at Sonoma Raceway) in ultra-fast forward.