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Spend $40 to race one more time THEN scrap for rims. 0 0%
Scrap NOW and buy rims. 3 25.00%
Light it on fire. 2 16.67%
Rod the crap out of it until it blows up then scrap then buy rims. 7 58.33%
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:02 PM   #1
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I cant decide what to do.. these are the rims im considering for the buick the cost of scrapping honder would equal out to the total price of the rims.

Cragar Soft 8'*

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Nice looking wheel.
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thanks i like these and the police rims but i think police rims might be a bit heavy and also these are more along the look that im wanting.
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http://www.autowaretech9.net/nextwheels/jegs_ec.htm

According to this i cant get them rims..
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my vote is bleach in the oil and a long burnout till it seizes. then scrap for rims
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If the motor is still running, you might be able to make enough just by sell the motor. I wouldn't scrap it unless its blown.
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the motor looks awful and it has a mind of its own i wont get much from it unless i take it apart and cleanit and overhaul it.. i want to take it out and take it apart just to see if i can put it back together but i dont have a cherry picker lol
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the motor looks awful and it has a mind of its own i wont get much from it unless i take it apart and cleanit and overhaul it.. i want to take it out and take it apart just to see if i can put it back together but i dont have a cherry picker lol
If you were in Boston, I'd loan you mine.
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I picked my engine lift up from craigslist for $100. money well spent. Then again, I've pulled more then my fair share of engines. If your going to scrap it, I would suggest doing that, pull the engine and take it apart. Even if you don't put it back together, it'* worth doing. Open the trans as well. You will learn a lot. You will get the most money if you take it to the scrap yard, not a auto salvage yard. Separate the metals and you should get several hundred bucks.
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