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Jeff Korn Milwaukee WI 1988
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Dark Blue / Black 207,000 (?) unk unk
Modifications: Engine / drivetrain: New rebuilt head (original head was badly cracked) with three angle valve job, new .48 A/R water cooled T3 turbo, Ranger roller cam, anti pump up lifters, stock intercooler cooled with a forced air fan, Dawes boost controller set around 19 psi, K&N cone filter in the fenderwell, ATR 2 1/2" stainless steel cat back exhaust system, 255 lph high pressure fuel pump, new fuel pressure regulator, Autometer 30 psi boost gauge, air / fuel ratio gauge, oil temperature gauge, volt gauge, manual cooling fan control, with indicator lights to show actual fan operation, all fluids switched over to synthetics, plus a million other small things. The future: 3' down pipe with high flow cat.
Suspension: New front control arm bushings, ball joints, tie rod ends, steering rack, sway bar and end link bushings, repacked wheel bearings. The future: subframe connectors, get the parking brake to work, rebuild the rear suspension.
Body: Rust fixed with POR15, dents fixed. The future: New drivers door hinge pins and bushings, new carpeting.
Other: Fixed the air conditioning, put in 200 Watt Sony AM/FM/Cassette/10 disk CD changer, all new high quality speakers, fixed broken arm rests, and a million other small things.
All work, with the exception of machine work on the head, was done by me in my garage. I still have a lot of work to do on the car, but eventually, I plan to have it restored to better than new condition.
Description: Got my 88 Turbocoupe a year ago in pretty sad shape, but it was cheap! It ran rough, burned oil, only boosted to 10 psi, had some rust and a few dents, but at least it was all there, and most everything electrical worked. I have put a lot of work into it over the past year.

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