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if you have a complete donor car, it would still be a lot of work, but easily doable with time and patience. if you gotta go hunt and pick parts, that would suck.
 

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Depends on the amount of mechanical knowledge you have, the amount of research you have done to know what you need to do and what parts you need to have, adequate tools, good work place etc.
 

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I went through and turbo'ed my car in to time at all, but I also had a parts car that I just pulled all of the parts needed from it, mocked up all of the holes that needed to be drilled, and then put everything back together. It took me about 2 weeks to get it done, (not working on it the whole time), It could be done in 2 weekends if pushed hard enough.
 

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stop talkin to us and get started. take lots of pics of the donor car so you have a idea where everythin goes. plan on several weekends. keep an eye on ebay. those glh air dams and side skirts always pop up.
 
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