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Hi folks, I have dabbled in this page for years as I’ve worked on various projects, but after ‘condensing’ all my project I’m now focusing on a 2.3Turbo swap in an little ford wagon. Thought now would be a perfect time to officially join.

A little about myself, I do a decent amount of fabrication, spend a lot of time modifying and putting old motorcycles on the road, dabbled in Volvo redblocks, 4.6 fords... Anyway it’s nice to come back to a compact engine package and affordable parts (...well generally haha). 

Cheers
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(05-11-2020, 04:53 PM)boxtrot Wrote:  .....I’m now focusing on a 2.3T swap into a little Ford wagon.  
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Guessing Pinto or Bobcat . [Image: confused0024.gif]

BTW........WELCOME to TurboFord!. [Image: happy0034.gif] .What's your name?  .
Placerville, California
(former)  2.3T '78 Courier ~ (current)  2.3T '87 Ranger & '82 Mazda B2200 (smog-exempt diseasel truck)
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(05-20-2020, 08:44 PM)TurboRay Wrote:  
(05-11-2020, 04:53 PM)boxtrot Wrote:  .....I’m now focusing on a 2.3T swap into a little Ford wagon.  
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Guessing Pinto or Bobcat . [Image: confused0024.gif]

BTW........WELCOME to TurboFord!. [Image: happy0034.gif] .What's your name?  .

Yessir, a 74 Pinto wagon. I rarely see them up here (Northern salty roads will do that haha) - I thought it would be a total odd ball project but it's surprising to see that a few folks with rather impressive builds.

Much appreciation for the welcome-
Zach
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