Yes I understand the wheels suck and there is too much wheel gap but for the time being IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m tryin to go for a complete sleeper look, plus I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t have the cash flow for slipstreams and lower springs or coilovers. Anyways, a little about the car, actually, A LOT about the car so I hope you have some time to sit down and read and enjoy.
The car is a 1989 Dodge Colt Turbo. I purchased it locally from a guy back in October of 2004. The car already had the 4g63t swap in it, which was nice, and the guy who did the swap was from PA and did a fantastic job swapping the motor, everything was fully intact from a stock 4g63t, even all the bullshit vacuum lines and charcoal canister. I bought the car with the Corvette Red paint job and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s one of the best exterior conditioned turbo colts I have ever seen, though I have had three other 4g15 colts growing up through high school, and they were in pretty decent shape too. The car came with an 18g turbo that had a beat up compressor wheel, FMIC installed by Custom Coach of America with core measurements of 25x8x3. You can see in a couple of the pics when I first got the car of the upper intercooler pipe and how it runs underneath the upper radiator hose, a terrible design really. Here is a pic of when I first bought it:
Other mods at the time of purchase included a stock 2g exhaust manifold, and nice victory performance 2.5Ã¢â‚¬