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Carcar has rust rust(And more HP!)

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So it all started as a failed Vi. One drain plug was fried(And I do mean completly hosed). So we saw some other stuff and it turned the time to get her fixed at the body shop... so out came the carpet and sound deadening and it became an episode of "What lies beneath" Turns out my passenger side floor pan is completly gone. And this was a car that had passed an extensive driving school inspection last fall. Hmm... And a weird crack on the drivers side but not nearly as bad as the passenger side. Yet no rust in the usual 02 places. In other news Al Canuck and I fixed up my fubared gas pedal. So carcar can actually kind of kick some ass! She managed to roast the tires for a few seconds which is really good and cool since Carcar used to be real Slow slow.

So Carcars in the body shop now and will probably be fixed in a week...

-Kirin

75 Seinabraun

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Guest Anonymous

thats such a solid car. its worth whatever dollars you have to put into it

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But alas this is what you get for buying a old car. And even if you do buy a new car the dealer can screw it up......

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Guest Anonymous

Was it binding or something?

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the splines were stripped basically only allowing it a vry minimum of travel.

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