Looking for Evo X

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Am looking to buy an Evo X from an existing owner with full service record and accident free. If anyone is interested in selling pls msg me to deal.

Car should be in excellent condition and willing to send to my workshop for inspection. I'm willing to pay in cash for the car.

Thanks all

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Hello all

Am looking to buy an Evo X from an existing owner with full service record and accident free. If anyone is interested in selling pls msg me to deal.

Car should be in excellent condition and willing to send to my workshop for inspection. I'm willing to pay in cash for the car.

Thanks all

Menmaster
Got many selling in mudah now.
 

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Unless you have a Lancer or Inspira on hand at the moment and seriously planning to do full Evo X conversion, then you can go for that. Otherwise, what is the point if you ask me. RM33k to buy this halfcut is too expensive. I expect another RM10k or even more to transplant everything in nicely into Lancer or Inspira.

Other things not included in halfcut price are like workmanship, new suspension, brakes, exhaust system, 4WD system (if you want), interior trims like original Evo X recaro, rear widebody conversion, body parts like rear bumper, spoiler, larger and wider wheels... At this rate, to do a fully nice conversion package, the cost will probably come up to RM50k to RM60k. If one has that much of cash money to spare, why not just go for a original CT9A generation Lancer Evolution. Real Evo, real chassis and no conversion needed. Just buy, repair wear and tear and go.
 

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Unless you have a Lancer or Inspira on hand at the moment and seriously planning to do full Evo X conversion, then you can go for that. Otherwise, what is the point if you ask me. RM33k to buy this halfcut is too expensive. I expect another RM10k or even more to transplant everything in nicely into Lancer or Inspira.

Other things not included in halfcut price are like workmanship, new suspension, brakes, exhaust system, 4WD system (if you want), interior trims like original Evo X recaro, rear widebody conversion, body parts like rear bumper, spoiler, larger and wider wheels... At this rate, to do a fully nice conversion package, the cost will probably come up to RM50k to RM60k. If one has that much of cash money to spare, why not just go for a original CT9A generation Lancer Evolution. Real Evo, real chassis and no conversion needed. Just buy, repair wear and tear and go.
Yes such price for half cut is ridiculous considering that you can get FULLY running SG scrap car for just around 15-25k! :biggrin:
 

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Yes such price for half cut is ridiculous considering that you can get FULLY running SG scrap car for just around 15-25k! :biggrin:
That cheap? 15-25k for Evo X scrap car? I thought those price are only applicable for older Evo.

The scrap car idea seems good for a total conversion. Take everything you need and transplant to Lancer or Inspira. The remaining chassis can be sold off to anyone who wants to transform it into a track car or something. Or just put the Lancer or Inspira parts there and make it your own track car. :biggrin:
 

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That cheap? 15-25k for Evo X scrap car? I thought those price are only applicable for older Evo.

The scrap car idea seems good for a total conversion. Take everything you need and transplant to Lancer or Inspira. The remaining chassis can be sold off to anyone who wants to transform it into a track car or something. Or just put the Lancer or Inspira parts there and make it your own track car. :biggrin:
Yeah for Evo IX is about 20-25k. Maybe X a bit higher or maybe not also since IX retains value much better than X. :biggrin: Anyway the point is even though higher say up to 30-35k, still way better than buying that chopped up one at 33k!
 

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Yeah for Evo IX is about 20-25k. Maybe X a bit higher or maybe not also since IX retains value much better than X. :biggrin: Anyway the point is even though higher say up to 30-35k, still way better than buying that chopped up one at 33k!
But I guess one thing is, most people trust stuffs that came directly from Japan instead of other places like Singapore. The halfcut stuff are usually in stock condition and not much mods has been done to it. As for the Singapore scrap car, its previous history can be questionable. In terms of car care, most likely a Japanese owner will take better care of the car than Singaporean owner. Perhaps this is why the halfcut price are marked up high.
 

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But I guess one thing is, most people trust stuffs that came directly from Japan instead of other places like Singapore. The halfcut stuff are usually in stock condition and not much mods has been done to it. As for the Singapore scrap car, its previous history can be questionable. In terms of car care, most likely a Japanese owner will take better care of the car than Singaporean owner. Perhaps this is why the halfcut price are marked up high.
Come on man, a chopped up car vs a fully functional car??? If only pay a bit less than half of it then at least still make more sense but at almost the same price just because it arrived directly from Japan?? :rofl: No way man, that's nonsense IMHO.
 

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Hi guys,

There are few halfcut SG EVO X in JB and the price very expensive.
But if halfcut from Japan, the price way more higher and you will get full Kastam form if buy the engine etc.

Most of halfcut condition came from SG not in nice condition especially in engine/gearbox area.
Body parts and electronic can be say OK.

Been seen a lot of EVO X halfcut... the price are still expensive.

menmaster,
Dont waste your time on EVO, use your money get the Skyline
 

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Hi guys,

There are few halfcut SG EVO X in JB and the price very expensive.
But if halfcut from Japan, the price way more higher and you will get full Kastam form if buy the engine etc.

Most of halfcut condition came from SG not in nice condition especially in engine/gearbox area.
Body parts and electronic can be say OK.

Been seen a lot of EVO X halfcut... the price are still expensive.

menmaster,
Dont waste your time on EVO, use your money get the Skyline
So I guess I was right earlier regarding the condition of Singaporean cars. :biggrin:

Is there any problem if you buy a halfcut without custom form?
 

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So I guess I was right earlier regarding the condition of Singaporean cars. :biggrin:

Is there any problem if you buy a halfcut without custom form?
I don't think u can legally register and endorse the halfcut engine on any chassis that u plan to implant on without the custom form.

Reasoning being the engine without the custom form may subject to suspicion that the engine may be taken from a stolen vehicle lol.
 

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I don't think u can legally register and endorse the halfcut engine on any chassis that u plan to implant on without the custom form.

Reasoning being the engine without the custom form may subject to suspicion that the engine may be taken from a stolen vehicle lol.
That means if I bought a scrap car from Singapore without any custom form, I can't use the engine (at least the block itself) legally over here?

Now I guess that is why some of these Singapore scrap cars are selling so cheap.

By the way, lately I saw at Facebook that there is a page selling cheap Thailand cars with Thai plates along with insurance to be used in Malaysia. Apparently the prices are crazily cheap like R35 GT-R can be had for under RM50k. Sounds suspicious...