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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-03-2002, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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what about a \'yota

Might be able to get a '80-'81 'yota from a 75 yr. old guy from across the street. It blew a head gasket 5-6 yrs. ago & has been parked in a barn ever since. What would be a fair price to offer & what parts would be a good swap? Brad.
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it looks like you have zuk axles set-up already, and you have a custom tranny and everything. I'd offer him 500.00. Then you could sell the axles, x-fer and tranny. Maybe the body depending on the condition.
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I would use the axles power steering seats tranny t case and the engine if it is fixable or descently good! then agin its your choice
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whoa nm I had no idea you had an engine swap
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Re: what about a \'yota

Somebody had an issue with 80-81 gear ratios. 3:90 instead of 4:10 or 4:30? You might want to check first. Also a Head gasket is not serious unless he let water somewhere bad. Why not fix the Yota if its in good shape?
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