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get this GS-R?

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  1. silver

    silver Senior Member

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...item=2438642036

    how loud would it be w/ the 4-2-1 header and the exhaust you think?

    would 163xxx miles on the engine be a problem..especially if he raced it?

    that wont get into my garage w/o scraping either i think (steep angle)...going to have to raise it up more probably
     
  2. lsvtec

    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    IMO, salvage title = only good for a race car.

    If you decide you want it you had better check with your DMV to see if you can actually register it.
     
  3. silver

    silver Senior Member

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    he has it registered he said..but i'll check just to make sure
    the salvage was supposedly just for a "very light front end collision"..im guessing just hood and bumper maybe..but i dont think that it'd take a salvage title from that?
     
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    all the vehicles that i have owned since i was 16 im now 20 have had salvage titles on them. If they are fixd right i dont think that there is a problem with having one. Just be advised that there are many hackjobs out there and you will allways have alignment problems on body and suspension. Also the resale on a salvaged vehicle is not much lower that a clean one here in Indiana so i would check on that and let that be a big deciding factor. just my $0.02
     
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    :withstupid: :werd:

    I would shwoop that shit up if I had the money.
     
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    silver Senior Member

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    front end collision, supposing its done right w/ replaced shocks and springs, after a good alignment wouldnt it be fine? or am i missing something here..
     
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    hell I can sell you a cheaper race car with no title....
     
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    ...if he twisted the chassis...no.
     
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    if the chassis was straightened yes
     
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