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Old 10-20-2003, 01:34 AM   #11
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Only the 92 and 93 SE had that grille. Lucky for you, it'* a 93. The 92 had no EGR valve, and has a tendency to burn valves.......all the more reason to put in a 180 thermostat!

The blue engine details are cool. Very nice and tastefully done. Everyone should check out your cardomain page. You just need the blue Taylor Spiro Pro plug wires to finish that off!

Put your year and model in your signature (profile link at the top right corner of this page). It'll help us alot.
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