Te27 1974 STARTUP ON PG 7

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Te27 1974 STARTUP ON PG 7

Postby toyorotor » Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:50 pm

Well here is my second Project that I want to share with you guys, Its a 1974 te27 from cali "no rust" thank god. Its been on hold till now, We've jumped on it and are making progress. I will post every picture I take and the progress. And hopefully remember part numbers or were I brought the parts as I go along.
As far as plans go, I plan on keeping it 3tc "hopefully F.I" like will did that 1.8 TE72 from the other web site. I want to run A/C on the car and keep it simple. I have metal SR5 flares for it, but I cant get my self to cut the quarters or fenders on the car since its a very solid car. Well here are some of the pics from the start:
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Test fitted the new wheels 13x8
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time to start stripping her down
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ok now some primer to the engine bay
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on to the trunk
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby skellington » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:34 pm

Thant does look like a solid car. are you painting it the same color?
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby toyorotor » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:37 pm

no not the same color, To many red ones out there already.

more pics :
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Off with the old suspension:
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after ALOT of cleaning and wire wheeling:
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fender wheel wells needed some cleaning b4 the parts went back on:
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby skellington » Tue Jul 23, 2013 12:58 am

removing that sound deadening looks like a pain. What do you use to get that sh-tuff out?
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby Fujimoto » Tue Jul 23, 2013 3:02 pm

wow ! a lot of good job ! nice project to follow !
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby BOBLOOK » Tue Jul 23, 2013 4:25 pm

Wow nice job did you own the rotary wagon ??
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby lopez286 » Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:49 pm

Car looks real good
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby toyorotor » Tue Jul 23, 2013 7:09 pm

skellington: just a hand held scraper...but your hand will hurt later

BOBLOOK: Still have the wagon, Engine is blown,,, :( its on hold for now.

thanks everyone else. I'll post more pics soon.
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby Mazota TE51 » Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:34 am

BOBLOOK: Still have the wagon, Engine is blown,,, :( its on hold for now.

Isn,t that the story with most rotaries :lol: . Just kidding..... Beautiful car its always nice to start with a solid foundation. Will definitely look better with flares properly done will only improve the car. Subscribed
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Re: Te27 1974

Postby BOBLOOK » Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:40 pm

Had a few 12a they use to blow terrible :lol: :lol: Hey El papa win Panamerican didn't blew :lol:
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