Theme Tuesdays: F20 Powered – Pt. 2

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In 2013 I did the first f20 swap Theme Tuesday, and since f20 engines have continued to show up in the darndest places I figured it was time for a follow-up.

I reckon sooner rather than later I will need to do a follow-up for this follow-up.

Start things off with this F20 swapped EG with a huge Velocity stack
This car was included in the part 1 of this series but since it’s no longer a show car I’m including it again
F20 Cateram from CSCS last year shot by Drake
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JP’s F20 powered 510

 

In action
In action
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Dug this up from an old Jalopnik post
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Don’t think I’ve ever seen an 1800es in person
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From deep in the Speedhunters archives

 

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Turbo f20 C Class? Because Japan
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Interestingly enough I’ve posted this Mazda B2200 before
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I had no idea this was under the hood though…
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Didn’t include Heist’s 2002 in part one, not making that mistake again
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If the car isn’t familiar to you this is what it looks like on the outside
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Soon to be boosted…
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Flawless te27 Corolla

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This car is the daily driver for Cutworm Specialties

 

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Closing this one out will be this F20 powered Model A
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@goomba_james is the builder on this one

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For anyone asking yes she does run and drive haven't driven it far yet having an issue with the slave cylinder so we will see how this goes haha. However this moment is still hard to sum up on how awesome the feeling was of hearing it fire. It's been 45 years since the last time she was road worthy so I'd like to say thanks for anybody that helped even the tiniest of bit this car wouldn't have been possible without any of you. #TheGreatDepression #modela

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It is an impressively angry looking car
It is an impressively angry-looking car

3 COMMENTS

  1. I love that factory five ’33 coupe kit! Everybody loves those old school looks, but they slapped a proper chassis under it and now it can corner!

  2. the more I look at it, I’m realizing that’s not the FFR kit. It looks to have the FFR front cantilever suspension, but that cab looks to be original.

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