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Does anyone know this car?

I'm digging color!
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Does anyone know this car?

Belongs to gostraight.

Color is turquoise (21M).

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damn, beat me to it Jacob

That's def the Kozmobile - dood... wtf... SPILL!?!?!?!? Yer 'live', biitch!!!???? WOOT!

(Chris, that 934 re-creation is _RE_DON_KU_LAR_... really digging the tail pipe execution!)
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is that the correct base color for a full GULF decal overlay?
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is that the correct base color for a full GULF decal overlay?
That one looks a little more turquoise.

This one is Gulf Blue.

Gulf Blue 930 by willtel, on Flickr
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Finally running! New Lindseys too!
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One more finally running.

Runs like a devil. I really like the stock geared transaxle I tried this time.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAA RONNIE I had a premature submission.
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^^^ It happens to the best of us (just ask Brandon/quattrorunner)!

Yer car is lookin' sweet, BTW - congrats on all the work completed!
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Yer car is lookin' sweet, BTW - congrats on all the work completed!
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Runs like a devil. I really like the stock geared transaxle I tried this time.
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^^^ha-ha...

smurfbus...so you had short gearings before? I changed my previous short 2-4 gearing to stock 4th gear with custom 2nd & 3rd gears evenly spaced between 1st & 4th. I like this gearing much better for most of the driving I do.

Here's my contribution:

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Thanks, J. it feels about that when you aim and hit after apex

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smurfbus...so you had short gearings before? I changed my previous short 2-4 gearing to stock 4th gear with custom 2nd & 3rd gears evenly spaced between 1st & 4th.
Yup, still have the short ratio box, now stock geared. This one had clear oil in it so I took it for a test drive. LSD would not lock sometimes on 2nd so I need to try new oil I just bought, Castrol B373

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Castrol B373 is a mineral based extreme pressure gear oil which combines limited slip performance with excellent load carrying ability. Castrol B 373 is particularly suitable for use in limited slip final drives in competition vehicles.
I hope that helps. One possibility is that my clutch is slipping as I also had a woodoo moment on fourth gear spool test when it started the either slip or spin at 3000-4000 rpms! I dont have any spoiler or wing so there is some lift so hopefully it was just a weird highway spinning (Toyo R888 275).
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