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Wow driving a 02 with a QS box, is like riding a gokart


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also did some rear subframe mount adjustment, turn them upside down as per lee. Now I need a skid pad to do some backend slides.

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I got lucky and scored one at a reasonable price a few years ago - I like it, would never part with it - but feel they might be a wee bit over rated (over rated for a $1400.00 part - Not $200-300 part naturally).

Cool yes - but a healthy std ratio box isn't too bad either - and alot easr to park with! :-)

Paul

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made a real offer, so no is in the car. Sell the whole car but not the box. I see you still remember the site how are the brit cars, I do have a soft spot for Austin healys.

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My advice for folks lusting after quick boxes - is to spend the $1000-1400 on OTHER fun 02 goodies, that's all....Yeah...they're nice, but $1400 is absolutely bonkers too much! :-)

We're getting more and more BMWs in the shop...hmmmmm? coincidence? *smirk*

533i, 3 x 528e, 2 x 2002s, 320i, and some other neat non english stuff like an old Volvo 122S, Hispano Suiza, Pierce Arrows, Packard, and a super early 1978(?) Japanese version right hand drive RX7.

There's absolutely NOTHING I'd rather be doing than maintaining old sports cars....except maybe being paid to DRIVE them!

Life is good, and I never forget it.

Paul

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