Hey folks, I've found a few threads mentioning these things but not quite answering my questions. I have an 85 T3 Caravelle, the engine is kaputt, it developed a knock in the engine the day I picked it up after getting a bunch of work done on it. To be honest I kind of reached a point where I'd spent so much on it over the years that I just wasn't sure if it was worth sinking any more into it - the cost of pulling the engine out and pulling it apart before even being able to diagnose the issue was a bit much. I've since been thinking about doing the Subie conversion with an EJ20/25. There's one guy in Melbourne that does them that I know of, Luke at Bayside, but he's got a waitlist of 20 or more which he reckons will take him a year to get through but he's not taking anymore names at the moment. He's quoted 7500. I don't have the space or know-how to do the job myself. Does anyone know of other mechanics in Melbourne that do the conversion? I've been told laws are making it harder to get the engineering approval for conversions, anyone had issues? Do you think I'm better off getting the engine rebuilt and keeping it original?