My new BRAT

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RebelYJ
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My new BRAT

Post by RebelYJ » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:19 pm

Well I was in need of a winter car and also thought one of these
would be sweet. Really unique and gotta love 4wd in it.

Anyways its an 81 with a EA81 motor. It's by no means anywhere
clean or ready to be a winter dd but I'm working on it.

As it stands right now it needs some good TLC, and plenty of parts:
Radiator, distributor, coil, alternator, passenger side hub, new brakes
all around, headlights, taillights, grille, some good dents pounded out,
as well as a nice deep wash.

So I will get some pictures up tomorrow, and you can see how much
work I have for myself! And I'm a broke 20yr old so i'll be doing this
on a tiny budget!

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Re: My new BRAT

Post by Ayrton Senna » Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:40 am

Could we see the pictures? :D
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Re: My new BRAT

Post by RebelYJ » Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:17 pm

Pictures, sure! Been working diligently on this for the last couple months. Things done: clutch, disty, coil, radiator, pass door, tune-up, somewhat of a carb cleaning, and a bunch else of small work here and there.

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Re: My new BRAT

Post by jaxed » Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:34 pm

Why did you swap the passenger doors on your Brats?

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Re: My new BRAT

Post by RebelYJ » Sun Nov 29, 2009 12:35 am

Yea, the original brown door door trash. Looked like it was t-boned, but outwards, and the window was completely smashed.

But I plan on having the whole thing repainted next year. I was thinkin an urban camo but 'hide' in the regular brat stripe and 'BRAT' logo on side.

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Re: My new BRAT

Post by Ayrton Senna » Sun Nov 29, 2009 6:24 am

Keep up the good work, your BRAT will look great when it's done! :)
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