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  • VilioBG
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    U got me
    I’m looking for a car the can be a project little bit not too deep (said no one never)
    but and to be a good daily driver let’s say I’ve been already in this hatchback racer ages .... I still wonder about an EP but the Accord still pull’s me it’s practical too and I think a K24 can a nice turbo 300hp on a family daily Accord would be dope AF ...

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  • I'm a Mad Z-Head.
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    Originally posted by VilioBG View Post
    Update
    I’m currently looking at the Lexus is250, the Lexus GS300 [1997-2005], and Accord CL 2.4 2003-2008
    Turbo kits for the:
    is250 (2006) -> 433AUD +Intercooler (eBay)
    GS300 (2005) -> $1220 (Toyota)
    Accord (2008) -> $930 (eBay)

    I'm assuming you want a project car that goes moderately fast. this is where i would start.

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  • VilioBG
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    Update
    I’m currently looking at the Lexus is250 and the GS300 1997-2005 most are autos but nvm

    But still something pushes me to Accord CL 2.4 2003-2008 prefer the facelift thou with the Navi sunroof etc...

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  • I'm a Mad Z-Head.
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    Originally posted by Kullman View Post

    It would requite a lot of fabrication... It really doesn't worth the time.
    yeah, i know. just thought i'd poison some ppl's minds with that mad idea.

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  • Kullman
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    Originally posted by I'm a Mad Z-Head. View Post

    You know what would be WICKED is taking that FWD-train and moving it to the boot. Thus making it a Mid engine car! (Dollas tho)
    It would requite a lot of fabrication... It really doesn't worth the time.

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  • I'm a Mad Z-Head.
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    Originally posted by Kullman View Post
    Accord is ok, but it's FWD.
    You know what would be WICKED is taking that FWD-train and moving it to the boot. Thus making it a Mid engine car! (Dollas tho)

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  • Kullman
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    Originally posted by tHe1337cHi3f View Post
    I've seen an ad for a 2009 WRX Hatchback for less than 6000 CHF (even less Euros) recently. At the moment I could only find this one I attached (7000 ~ 6500€)

    Depends on what condition you need and how many kms.

    Completely crazy Idea now: Get a Toyota GT86, they should be affordable with high mileage. It is already a beast and it can surely handle mods.

    Edit: I stand corrected. The GT86 seem pretty much sold out in Switzerland. Might have sold mine for an even higher price dang.
    I really don't know about Switzerland, but here in Spain is hard to find a GT86 for less than 15.000 €.

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  • tHe1337cHi3f
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    I've seen an ad for a 2009 WRX Hatchback for less than 6000 CHF (even less Euros) recently. At the moment I could only find this one I attached (7000 ~ 6500€)

    Depends on what condition you need and how many kms.

    Completely crazy Idea now: Get a Toyota GT86, they should be affordable with high mileage. It is already a beast and it can surely handle mods.

    Edit: I stand corrected. The GT86 seem pretty much sold out in Switzerland. Might have sold mine for an even higher price dang.
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  • Kullman
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    It's a matter of personal taste, I guess.
    Last edited by Kullman; 05-10-2020, 10:56 AM.

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  • VilioBG
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    Originally posted by Kullman View Post

    What about the Honda Accord V6?

    The backside is really unique, and remind slightly to the NSX.

    The 3.0 V6 engine produces around 200 HP.
    I don’t really like how it looks or maybe I’ve not watched it closely...

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  • Kullman
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    Originally posted by VilioBG View Post

    That’s good damn good
    I’m really into that car I prefer the facelift model after 2006-2008 but and the preface it will work ...
    so is there a difference between executive and type S because I think about getting executive because of all the comfort and of course the sun roof ... throw that type s lip kit lower it just a touch and we’re all good
    What about the Honda Accord V6?

    The backside is really unique, and remind slightly to the NSX.

    The 3.0 V6 engine produces around 200 HP.

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  • VilioBG
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    Originally posted by alexisavi View Post
    I’d recommend you Honda Accord Type S it’s really nice car and i really love it, it started get more popular all over the world now, i bought one few years ago after i had a nice experience of driving it when i was on a vacation to Odessa, Ukraine, i rented it for low price on https://narscars.com.ua/en and driving it was the most interesting thing on that vacation and that’s why i decided to buy one when i go back home and i did, now i have it for 2 years with 50k miles and still running great ! i really recommend it because it’s more powerful and looks really nice and sporty.
    That’s good damn good
    I’m really into that car I prefer the facelift model after 2006-2008 but and the preface it will work ...
    so is there a difference between executive and type S because I think about getting executive because of all the comfort and of course the sun roof ... throw that type s lip kit lower it just a touch and we’re all good

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  • alexisavi
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    I’d recommend you Honda Accord Type S it’s really nice car and i really love it, it started get more popular all over the world now, i bought one few years ago after i had a nice experience of driving it when i was on a vacation to Odessa, Ukraine, i rented it for low price on https://narscars.com.ua/en and driving it was the most interesting thing on that vacation and that’s why i decided to buy one when i go back home and i did, now i have it for 2 years with 50k miles and still running great ! i really recommend it because it’s more powerful and looks really nice and sporty.
    Last edited by alexisavi; 17-09-2020, 06:47 PM.

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  • Kullman
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    Originally posted by Kaktus View Post
    Why not consider a Volvo V70R?
    If the idea is to get a big station wagon, the V70 R are really cheap, and quite reliable.

    A relative of mine got one, and it's near of the 500.000 Km.

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  • Kaktus
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    Why not consider a Volvo V70R?

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