I realise that few, if any, of you have experience with this motor / box combo in your T3's, but I'm undecided what to do about the probable need for work on my van's motor in the near future (110000 miles, oil consumption, slight weep from head, little service history). Not yet owned a year, and not travelled all that far, but I'm happy enough with the "performance" of the DG with 4 speed and carby in both commuting and touring. (No previous T3 ownership, so maybe it's partly that I don't know what I'm missing.) Do I try to get it rebuilt, or do I try to bring it up to local spec by buying all the wiring, injection, motor and box? Or do I go the Subaru route, which will also require engineering certification, more wiring, and should I keep the 4 speed box or go 5 speed or auto if I go Subaru? Positive points for the DG 4 speed - runs on 91, none of the aging fuel injection system problems. Negative - some things that will never be "in stock" locally, or likely to be stocked in any of the US suppliers. I'm not after a show pony, and although I appreciate originality I'm not desperate to maintain it. What would you do?