What would you do with a couple used engines from the local junkyard? Take them down to the shop and make something crazy? Some people have the balls to do it, and a few even have the time, money, and resources. And unless you have the dime to spend on a crate motor, building used engines is the way to go. But which ones can you actually count on?
What the hell are Event Services? Well imagine, let’s say, a team building event Wal-Mart made for a small team of their best store workers it could be 7 people or 400! They fly them to somewhere and your job is to welcome them at the airport and shuttle them further. Imagine driving journalists to a press conference someone organized in your city. Or driving workers to build a new building! The possibilities are endless.
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When you think about crazy cheap cars, chances are good that your mind will jump straight to old shitty Hondas, so we’re starting the list out strong with an old not-shitty Honda instead! The CRX was produced from 1984-91, but the second gen models (’88-’91) are going to be our focus today.
Japanese cars you’ve never heard called by these names include the Toyota Aristo, Chaser, Cresta, Progres, Brevis, Crown, and Gita, all of which used engines from the 2JZ family. If you’re feeling fast and furious you could pull one from a Supra too, but please don’t.
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