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General Information

Name
Butchered Series
Year
1992
Make
Mazda
Model
B2200i
Color
Clapped out
Packages
N/A
History
670000 miles in need of a ton of work. Bought for $125 on a bet that with $300 I could buy and build rig to take on an Subaru WRX that has to much dumped into it, including twin turbos with 17lbs boost. What could go wrong?
This fine example of scrap metal is truly a pile, it has got its name the "Butchered Series Mazda", because of its miles and how Jerry Rigged it is. It looks like a retired farm truck that is just wanting to keep resting. I have got it running a bit ago and it just wants to go with some small extra modifications I had done before parking and getting to the fun parts of the build.

Here is how it started:



Removed the interior and also some paint adjustments to further the sleeper look:




End result for the look:











Blower will be in soon:

Modifications

Drivetrain
Oem, with a twisted frame from a small accident who knows how many years ago. Rwd, 5 speed manual trans, and tired 2.2 liter.
Interior
Striped out with a 94 Mazda suv seat.
Exterior
Destroyed
Audio
Non existing
Lighting
Removed
Exhaust
Lopped off after the headers
Suspension
Trashed oem
Wheel and Tire
185 diameter will blow streets up front and 205 diameter out back

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Update: I had recently got some fenders, cowl, and a hood from a 89 b2600. The b2600s had wider fenders so the pile has wide body fenders up front along with a dent side fender. I can change the front panels within about 5 minutes. I am in the process of building an intake to mount the blower. And also looking for some headers. Just the other day a local machine shop has offered to bore over and adjust the heads a bit free of charge if a take the guys son's camaro down. (seems a bit unfair but what the heck.)

 
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