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Old 09/16/2013, 10:42 PM   #1
arsalan500
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Default Infiniti g20 Build

Post 1: How I got the car

I buy and sell cars, and this car dealership had this sitting in there back lot for about 6 months, me and the owner always joked around about it and he hit me up about a riced out honda civic that needs a transmission with low miles.

So while checking out the honda, I had him make me a package deal on the cars and nearly got the car for free for how much i got it for.

here are the pics of it sitting in the back of the dealership:









and this is the riced out civic, with very low miles that came with it haha



03 civic, 98K


anyway, so after it sitting around for a while, i finally got around to taking it to a shady shade tree mechanic, turns out it needs a headgasket, I was expecting some kind of enigne work.
here it is at the shop:




So I paid him half upfront($200) and a week later, go to pick up the car, turns out the mechanic got evicted and my car has been towed. so then i paid another 175 for the impound lot fee. so i pretty much lost nearly 400$ for nothing.

I got pissed so I hit up craigslist, and haggled a person down on a g20 that he was parting out, and convinced him to sell me the whole motor for $200 if i pulled it out. So me and my dad ran there and tore it out. $200 for a sr20! HELL YESS


now what you see below is the ghettoest way to put a motor in a car haha. I was orginally going to rent a hoist from a local shop, but my dad being the cheap pakistani he is, he decided that engine hoists are for pansy's and we made our own.










it took a longer time, like about 40min's to get it to bolt up to the tranmission, but we finally got it and ended up saving $75 from not having to rent a hoist.

It ran and drove for a while, but never was a daily driver until today I fixed the ac
replaced the condenser and then recharged it



taking out the old:




comparing the two:




looking much better now that its complete:






Here are some current shots of how she is now:















Future:

remove BOSE sound system, and install a headdeck(waiting on wiring converter)
Swapping in new seats
Tinting out the windows
Maybe dropping it a few inches


I Would love some comments!


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