Click here to see the engine running before rebuildI've been having alot of trouble with the exhaust manifold, it gets red hot when i go over�80 Kph (50 Mph)�and rusts in a few days of use, and there are no new ones,�i have burned up 2 allready..�and this 3th one was in extremely bad shape (it wont survive). The most common reason of red hot�exhaust manifold is becouse�of bad timing, burned valves, muffler/catalytic converter Failure or... the engine is really banged up...�And allsow the ambient temp. is 35� Celcius (95 Fahrenheit) with air humidity around 70% and the car is allways close to the beach... Rust Paradise!The 2 core�radiator as you can see on the pic. was in very bad shape, i dont remember how much holes have been ''repaired'' and becouse of so much ''repairing'' the coolant flow was very restricted, resulting in overheating.The carburetor on the first pics. in Page 1 (2008) went in flames after that�a Very Super�Pro mechanic cleaned it. Didnt make alot of damage becouse the only thing that cought fire was the air filter, but i couldnt save�the paint on the hood, and the hood itself started to rust in a few days.The distributor was in very bad shape too, timing was never ok and he miss fired alot, reason�why it wastes alot of gas and makes the engine loose alot of power and stability.October 2010.Now its ready for the rebuild, the engine is really critical. Oil leaks everywhere, rod knock, no oil presure, 70 PSI compression per piston, cracked exhaust manifold (came down in 3 pieces) etc. And the transmission would not move when cold... when i say cold i mean 35� C. (95� F.)... so f...ing cold :@Here are the Pieces i have been able to find for this engine, they are ALL imported from Mexico City, Tijuana, Durango and some of the U.S.