I traded, for the Maserati, this car. The pics are about in the middle of my work. It really hauled ASS!!! Originally a Renault 5 TC, I renamed it to R5 Turbo Custom. The first thing I did was remove the 900CC motor and complete front suspension with sub-frame. This worked out better than picking the engine out of the top.I (using a shoehorn and sledgehammer) dropped the shell onto a complete front end from a Renault GT Turbo, suspension and all. I installed a 3.5-inch exhaust open flow to the resonator. The GT I got the setup from had a T3 Turbo on it that the junkyard guy didn't know about. Next I removed the needle valves and installed (self modified)straws.I 'Flowed' the inter-cooler, as well as, moving the ignition to the opposite side of the firewall. A common error in early Renault?s is the ignition unit was about 6 inches above the Turbo and would melt. I installed a stainless steal shield over the turbo and exhaust.As I become closer to attempting a start, I realized the wiring harness was all wrong. DDDUUUUU!!! I went back to the junk yard and the complete harness and electric fuel system to include the sub-gas tank (it added another 10 liters and actually, when full, helped with weight distribution).I added a R5 GTX front bumper for the lower profile and forced airflow across the Radiator. Then a R5 GT Turbo rear bumper that would facilitate the 3.5 inch exhaust and skirt the rear. The door panels and everything but the two front seat were removed.