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Discussion in 'Readers Rides (SEAT)' started by Nollywood, Aug 27, 2018.
The time has finally arrived for my SEAT Exeo ST to leave home. I’m just trying to work out the logistics of getting all the B7 RS4 Avant parts down to the shop - all panels, front and rear bumpers, 4 genuine B7 RS4 19” wheels fitted with tyres, B7 A4 hood.
I guess the logical solution is to part strip the car, then bolt on as many panels as I can. It’s a 5 hour trip, so not exactly local!
It’s going to feel really weird driving the slower B7 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Avant. The SEAT is much quicker, and has better handling, despite still being FWD.
I can’t wait to get the SEAT body side covered. At least by the time she’s back home, it’ll probably be getting warmer, warm enough to start on the engine and quattro swap.
We should of sorted a SEAT convoy for all the parts in people's cars haha
Be great to see this going... I assume you'll be getting picture updates to get bits up when it's all done for us to see.
I’ll definitely be posting pictorial updates.
Another pick up today.
My storage unit is gasping at the seams, I can’t wait to transport all the parts to the shop
Im still confused a little by this project. So you bought a SEAT chassis that is the same one used for the B7 Audi. And you are making it look like an audi?
Honestly, I really can’t explain / summarise what I’ve posted over the last 8-odd pages.
If it’s not clear, then you’ve obviously skipped / missed something.
He is making a 4 wheel drive Exeo with a RS6 V8 engine in the front. With a wide arch kit from a B7 RS4 as the panels are a close ish fit on the Exeo.