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hudson my car is on jacks going through all that right now! im might swap over coil overs just to save time on the next round of tinkering.

it takes about 6k in suspension parts alone for the elephant/rebel goodies... so unfortunately im rolling up the sleeves doing all myself. some of the factory bolts, wedge pins, roll pins, hub cover etc...ancient vw beetle type parts are 10x $$$ what they should be now.
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Thanks WYDBODY1986 appreciate that....Scott
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what size and offset of the rear wheels? looks great!

is it a factory M491 turbo look? hard to get that deep dish look even without the rear spacers


Thanks. She is Irish Green. The car is a 1978 SC that has had factory turbo flares properly welded and installed.

The wheels are 7" front and 9 1/2" rear. The rear was made using two 6 inch fronts that were welded (by prior owner). Not sure of the offset.
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That explains the cool deep dish look like the rsr cars.
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page 7 has the before photos.
2 owner 1986 turbo look after a stock restoration.
Stock except for the seats, stock seats in storage.
cage4 no its not the tropic car.
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Here is the latest 1984 M491,


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