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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power MLambert19's Avatar
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    Bump! Still looking for takers at $2500 for the lot... or someone to find me a Locust/Exocet and maybe I'll just build a second car...

    -Matt

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    I've got a little bit of cash, very interested in the 1.6 as it seems the rings in my S/C daily are starting to go after 256xxx miles. Loving the mentality and really looking forward to your build. Think we can chat on a price for the motor shipped? Zip code 30519 or 30041 probably. Thanks in advance!


    Cam

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power MLambert19's Avatar
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    Hey Cam,

    Last I heard, Al hadn't started pulling things apart yet, and he had someone local(ish) that was inquiring about the engine. That said, I can touch base with him and see about shipping cost and find out if the other buyer is going to follow through or not.

    Thanks, I'll keep you posted. -Matt

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power MLambert19's Avatar
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    PM'ed you, Cam.

    Bump! Progress starting soon on this (finally!). Would love to find someone local to take all the parts... literally a complete refresh if you have a high-mileage NA6 (brakes, struts, etc, etc...). Think of this as a Roadster-refresh program only DIY (or, have Al at V8R in Daytona do the work for you!).

    -Matt

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