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How rare is this bobcat?
« on: July 22, 2003, 04:21:14 PM »
I just got a junker/parts 76 bobcat "villager" wagon.  It's got a v6 and is fully loaded. (for a bobcat/pinto)

The engine is shot, may be able to salvage the pistons though, and use them with a ranger 2.9 crank to make a "stroker" 2.8.  That with my 4-bbl intake, performance cam, and headers should get me around 200 hp. easy.  Not bad for a pretty easy swap.

anyway, it's got AC, remote mirrors, rear hatch light, 110 mph spedo (thought they were gone in 74??).

Anyone know how many "villager" bobcat wagons were produced? How rare are they?

-Harry