Re: How mechanically able are you?
haha I did the 3rd option....
I wish I had more knowledge, and I am learning more about my car and cars in general.
I advise anyone wanting "hands on" experience to buy an EA. So many things have gone wrong, but if they didn't I wouldn't have learnt half the stuff I know now. Examples are having a slight "off" in a car park and needing most of the right front end replaced. The Head Gasket..what more can I say, new gearbox. The list goes on.
On another note, Im doing Mech Engineering at uni and I haven't learned sqwat yet. Its all physics, Computer programming (because im going to use that!!...NOT!!) and CAD stuff. It would want to get better pretty quickly.
FOR SALE: EA/ED |T5| |2.5' Zorts| |15' EF XR'S| |AU Thermo's| |XR cosmetics|
Advertised as $4000ono. Price is negiotable for a quick sale.