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Biggest mistake EVER ! R34 Turbo

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I feel ya man, im in a similar boat. Best bet is to chip away at it over time.buy second hand parts and start youtubing a shittonne.

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17 minutes ago, mizorex said:

I feel ya man, im in a similar boat. Best bet is to chip away at it over time.buy second hand parts and start youtubing a shittonne.

Yes, and also make new videos to post to YouTube. 

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Omg thanks for the reply everyone !! Glad to know there’s a great community going on here!

Just a quick update for everyone about the car that looks great but doesn’t run properly !

Turns out the head gasket needs replacement.. and the mechanic also discovered the A/T light keeps flashing and he did the diagnose to check the errors and it turns out my transmission needs a new solenoid as it’s locked in limp mode..

Slowly finding out more and more terror!

If only money was growing in my backyard tree.
But thanks everyone big lesson learnt!

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To be honest, the body is the hardest and most expensive to fix. The mechanical stuff you can replace/repair (would need maintenance and repair eventually anyway). I would start saving for tools and trying to do work on it (if you have the space/garage/shed), paying for others to fix it will get expensive.

This could be a long project for you, and you'll end up with an awesome car in the end.

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