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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by BBQ, Nov 29, 2014.
Discovered a crack in my windscreen wich i need to get fixed lets just hope its not too much work
Here's the rarely posted 1993 Mazda Miata that I own, I was feeling like taking photos tonight, and the Miata hasn't been the number one choice to photograph this week, so I went out for a cruise on back roads and found some beautiful places to take photographs.
Went to the junkyard today.
I've been going crazy trying to find a matching black back seat and door panels for my crown vic for 6 months so I finally caved and got a nice clean gray leather seat and door panels from an 04 Grand Marquis. Absolute score for $70.
I'm happy with it. It adds luxury. This thing is mostly ready to sell. I had a new windshield installed last week and I'm almost done with some paint work on the hood and trunk.
Throwback to what it looked like when I bought it:
now you can advertise it as "two-tone interior".
I replaced the starter in my grandfather's garbage $100 Cherokee limited. This is the third time. I've replaced the alternator already.
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but hey I get to drive it. The headliner is gone, the inside is overwhelming with cigar smell, but it has am/fm casette! 10/10 just for that
threw her in for MOT
needed a set of front tires but otherwise passed fine
Nice ride, those old Ford's last forever lol
Making progress on the '62 C10. I've got tires that hold air now, repainted the wheels, been working on brakes, and hopefully soon it will be running.
What I'd give for that. Put some oil around the edges of the holes where the spark plugs go. It'll do wonders, trust me
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That was a joke, don't do that lol
Sorta, fuel system is slowly disintegrating all of its original hoses and fittings. But that's what you get for letting it sit for 5 years with crappy 10% ethanol fuel in a 34 year old fuel system
stuff like this 6mm reducer T piece that goes upto 8mm ovals out and just melts, leaving you (and the distributor!) covered in fuel