Now, you need to own an nsx, subaru legacy with that twin turbo engine and a 22b sti to get the full jdm experience, and maybe a soarer with a 1jz
Nobody really does good Legacy turbo content or some oldschool JDM, I'd watch the hell out of that.
Besides mighty car mods I can't name any other youtuber that builds them.
Maybe I should start a YouTube channel then.
won't catch me "building" a subaru anytime soon. i have my AWD needs VERY met at this point. last thing i want is to start building cars that are trash when fully built. NSX is eh. i love them but i could never justify the money for what they are on paper.old school jdm id like to dabble in but rust is my number one fear. if i could find an S30 for under 20k$ rust free you'd see some shit.i know 280zs are on the lower end price wise but my plans/goals for that car would require some serious work. If i did one it would have a very modest SR build. painted deep fuchsia on te37vs with 240 subframes modified to fit.
So, maybe an mr2? They are cheap enough to not be overpriced and not old enough to be rusted to shit @tommyfyeah
tommy is brutal when it comes to subaru engines
S13 coupes are sick, but i feel like they cost more than the chassis is worth, in florida atleast prices are way to high
The cheaper most reliable way to build or worth putting money into a Subaru would be an ez30 swap. But I do agree they are fairly shitty when you weigh in the cost for power.
Please hurry up and meet up with Jimmy Oakes, hurry up a feed your 240 hunger
that sounds sick