Car Projects: Do You Have a Frankenstein Too?

Over the past weekend, while making a new alternator mount for my truck on the wrong side of the engine, I began thinking ….. just how many vehicles have donated parts to this Ram 50 truck project?  Hmmm, maybe I will start a list?

The Truck:

1989 Dodge Ram 50 macro cab.

The vehicles that have donated to the truck & their donations:

1983? Mitsubishi Mightymax Bellhousing Cut-out, Clutch Fork, Pivot Ball, Slave Cylinder, Clutch Master Cylinder
1985 Mitsubishi Montero Limited Slip Differential
1986? Mitsubishi Starion Transmission Tail Section & Shifter
1987 Dodge Ram 50 5-Speed Manual Transmission & Manual Steering Box
1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse Ignition Coil
1991 Plymouth Laser AWD 4G63 2.0L Turbo Engine
1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0L Front Wheel Drive Flywheel & Pressure Plate
1991 Mitsubishi Mightymax 2.4L Waterpump (modified)
1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1.8L Thermostat Housing Cap
1993 Honda Accord Wagon Bucket Seats.
1993-96 Mitsubishi Mightymax Grille & Front Bumper
2002 Dodge Viper Front/Rear Brake Calipers, 13″ Rear Rotors, Brake Master Cylinder
2005 Cadillac CTS-V Front Cross Drill Rotors
2006 Mitsubishi Evolution 16G Turbo, Exhaust Manifold & Intercooler
2007 Cadillac Escalade 18″ Wheels

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Jeremy Nutt

Hi, I'm Jeremy.

4 thoughts to “Car Projects: Do You Have a Frankenstein Too?”

  1. Hey looking to start a mighty Max project I have a 93 2.4. Just wanting some tips from someone that has been down this road. I guess I have many options but three I’m considering are Turbo the sohc 2.4,4g63 head swap or 4g63 complete transplant. Any tips and resources would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Scott simpsonville sc

    1. Hi Scott, I have my whole build documented from beginning to end on There are also a few dozen other 4G63 swaps on there to check out. Hop over there and ask the same question, I’m sure you will get 5 different answers 😉

      Good luck with the build!

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