At Tue, 12 Dec 1995 08:53:05 -0800 (PST), "U. Goettsch" writes:
> Definitely choose this option, no additional work involved and the car
> will actually be worth something when it is to be sold.
I agree with Ulix on this matter with one addition:
The only non-original engine which I think would add power and retain a decent
balance would be a Mazda Rotary. If you want to spend Lots Of Money, consider
this option. Previous conversions exist.
Me, I'm happy with the 1940s farm-tractor technology under my hood. ;-)
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