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    Default Van Life

    My boys and I have been into everything Japanese, mostly the classics 510s, RX2s &3s, but we stumbled upon are favorite club vehicle yet... The Misubishi StarWagon
    I apologize the photos are from my iPhone
    Cody's w/ ka24de swap and cable operated 5spd from Nissan Vanette
    Joey's
    Forrest and I built
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    Different I like it

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    That's so awesome, silver two tone one has Starion wheels if I'm not mistaken?

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    can't wait to see it lowww
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden View Post
    That's so awesome, silver two tone one has Starion wheels if I'm not mistaken?
    Correct=)
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    I'm just curious where you found the swap parts from a Nissan van. I thought all Of those got shredded ages ago

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    More people should build Japanese vans... heck, more people should build vans, period!

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    The Nissan Vanettes were known for catching on fire and most went to the crusher a long time ago. We lucked out and found one at the local pick and pull. Cable operated because the engine is right between the front seats and the cables have to run back to the trans. Thing gets second gear chirp though...

    And yes those are Starion wheels they bolted right up cool staggered set of wheels. I also had a staggered set of Enkeis on my Starion that ended up on another van when my Starion unfortunately had to go to the wreckers. Miss the Starion

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