Wanna see a dismantled VR4?

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  1. cittris

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    WOW! Some serious work has gone into that car! I would have chosen a different colour if i was going to that much trouble but good on him for doing it all properly.
     
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    ohh yeah thats Rhys's car, a truely awesome piece of work. I've got his gauge pod out of it :D
     
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    That engine bay is fkn sweet !!!

    I love how awesome the factory leather is, it look like a aftermarket job.
     
  5. shagger

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    i think the car looks great with the silver. Good work getting it to that standard. Gotta stop looking at these things it making me want one sooner than i can get money to buy one.
     
  6. Gly

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    pity it was parted out all over the world so he could sell it,
    most of the parts are in the UK,

    i have his battery box, but modded it so now its my cold air box.
     
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    So who here is going to follow suit and do a full rebuild?
     

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