i guess i'd have to disagree with #2.......
Dave Stoll wrote:
> 1. because my 1600 has slim chance of a death rattle coming from the timing
> 2. once the tires start squealing in a corner the engine size doesn't
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> Subject: [Roadsters] 1600 v 2000?
>> I've seen several ground up restorations of 1600s and 2000s. All things
>> being equal, the cost is very similar. So, other than "because it's been
>> my family for years", or "because I like 1600s better than 2000s", why are
>> some people pouring a ton of money into restoring a stock 1600? Why not go
>> with a 2000? Same car, but with more gears and more power.
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