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Getting there! 1410/2000

NicholasCesca

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Joined
Feb 14, 2023
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25
Location
New York
I still have a lot to do, but I figured I would take a second and share what I have finished so far!

I bought the car knowing it had a few issues here and there, but parts are on order and we're getting there.

First off I went ahead and took care of the rear carriage rust. (Yes, I am doing the front too) 20230218_131459.jpg
20230218_131503.jpgYes, I know it's still dirty, but I'm trying a new product called Blaster Surface Shield. Similar to Fluid film, but holds up a lot better.


Heres what else I've done. Cleaned up the NASTY interior. Stains all over the place smelled like smoke, leather was DYING for some hydration. Still thinking of tearing out the carpet and getting new or redyeing. 20230218_160633.jpg20230218_160638.jpg20230218_160645.jpg20230218_160649.jpg
 

NicholasCesca

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Feb 14, 2023
Messages
25
Location
New York
I can dig it! Im getting ready to fluid film my car as well
I bought a new product from Blaster (the guys that make PB blaster) man when I tell you this stuff is a breeze to apply, doesn't smell like crap. It's just amazing. Definitely more expensive than fluid film, but it's supposed to last two years with a little bit of touch-up here and there.
 

turbomister2

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Joined
Aug 29, 2015
Messages
116
I know that feeling. And mostly everyone has become a hoarder when it comes to parts for these things 😂
Glad to see the car stayed in the tristate area too might actually have enough dsms for a cruise
 

red96eclipse

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Joined
Dec 2, 2006
Messages
51
Location
Easton, P.A.
You got good car there. I was going to buy that also from Tommy. On here.
Needs ecm link or Hal tech setup.
It’s got old school stuff for tuning in it.
He had tons of tuning stuff to go with it on hard drives and all. That the stuff from back in early 90s to 2000s.
I remember using them.
Car looks good
 

NicholasCesca

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Joined
Feb 14, 2023
Messages
25
Location
New York
You got good car there. I was going to buy that also from Tommy. On here.
Needs ecm link or Hal tech setup.
It’s got old school stuff for tuning in it.
Yeah it really old, I definitely would like to switch it out, but I have no one near me to tune it for a reasonable price. I do not trust myself either.
 
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