Haha! Quite a bit beyond what I have time/motivation for. Part of my affection for these cars is how little they normally need work. Fixing the rust alone would have been considered heroic measures and I still have more I could do. Spending a month of spare time had to make way for fishing, especially since the ice was finally ready when the car just reached usable status. Really, really surprised I didn't detach a rear control arm last winter. You guys out west sure are spoiled when it comes to rust.dlb wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:49 pmMaybe swap in a diesel 2C-T engine like CathodeRayTube had been working on a while back? I feel like a diesel would be better suited to handle the added demand of the tracks.
You know, just in case you're looking for a crazy project to dedicate a few months and buckets of money to, lol.
When I need tracks I still have two snowmobiles and a custom built 4x7 sleigh.
Petros- I did have a lengthy max rpm EL battle last winter with the snow tires. A previously plowed road on the lake had been drifted shut, but I didn't know that until there was no stopping or turning back. I bounced and twisted my way through feet of snow that was knocking my feet off the pedals a bit due to the snow trying to push through holes in the drivers floor. Even after over 25 years of T4'ing I still get amazed at what it goes through and how many vehicles it walks away from, since I went with snows that's all of them.