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I decorated my new 355 CI V8 all bolted up to the F40 six speed Archie swap kit.




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I changed the Distributor with a new one ...and plugs and wires.
Drove it over 200 miles today !
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I changed the Distributor with a new one ...and plugs and wires.
Drove it over 200 miles today !


Did you get it on eBay? I just bought a new Cardone distributor on eBay for $26 shipped. I don't need a distributor, but at that price why not have a spare?

As for my Fiero.....I actually drove it for the first time in well over a month.
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Modernizing mine a bit, installed a 535t auto window module.
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Not today but I pulled the 2.8 out the top! Big thanks to Robb (amflyer) for answering all my dumb questions. That's a big step for me being a rookie, and it was fun.
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Installed a new fuel filter. Wow what a difference!

It was so nice out today 41 Degrees, washed the car.
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Installed a few things that I got for Christmas from my wonderful wife today. Cup holders and console door from Txgood. Monogramed carpet covered lower trunk cover from Russ88TTop.





Finally, I upgraded the funky old trunk light to one with a switch that I got from the local Pick n Pull. I think it came from a mini-van. (Write up to follow when I have time).



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I need one. Plus it's another excuse to visit the yard.
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Installed my new set of Arraut rear 275lb coilovers on my Daily Driver along with camber adjustment bolts and replaced my old cracked rubber brake lines with TFS's stainless steel braided brake lines.
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Hit the 1234567 mile mark. I thought it was worth a picture haha
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Fiberglass the headliner fiber-board in preparation to recover.
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I spent most of the day looking at the bottom of mine while I finished the battery relocation project. Battery is on the charger now. All that's left is to test it out and then remove the old battery tray.

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Cut a hole in my trunk to gain access to the oxygen sensor. I'm going to make a cover plate later.
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Over the past few days...got a historic/vintage license plate for it. In Nebraska, if you run a vintage plate...a plate from the year your car was built...you only have to run a rear plate. Yay...no more front plate for me...and no more having to renew the plates, or pay any taxes! Went out to the storage unit and put the plate on, and pulled the battery and brought it home to charge it up. It's been sitting for more than a year with the positive cable unhooked, and it still had just enough power in it to turn the engine over about 6 times before the starter began to click. Replaced the sticky traps that I keep in the storage unit for mice...I've had some in there for several years, but never had a mouse until now. There were 4 mice stuck to three traps. Put the new traps down, and ordered a battery powered sonic rodent repeller to put in there, as I have no power in the storage unit. Took the battery off the charger, and took it over to the parts store to have them test it to make sure it was still good. If the weather was going to be good tomorrow, I'd take the battery out and put it in the car, check the tire pressures and air them up as needed and take it for a drive...but it's supposed to snow here tomorrow, so the drive is going to have to wait at least a few days. I have been neglecting the car for the past couple of years...my intent is to get it out and drive it more often.

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I parked my GT in her new home!

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Wait....what just happened!?!

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Installed a power outlet in the overhead console to power my Dash Cam. The Dash Cam requires a 5VDC source so in order to do the install I had to also install a 12VDC to 5VDC converter.



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tried to drive my 87gt to the front end shop to get some brake work and suspension work done. lt rear caliper is locked up so it ended up going on tow truck. on the hunt for interior parts cuz i lost my year long battle with trying to keep it dry while stuck outside. leaks tranny fluid, burns oil, got rained in a few times cuz the wind kept blowing my tarp off while sitting for me to get the money to work on it and it still started up and drove. i swear i don't think this car will ever die.
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Removed it from a three inch pipe which popped up through may garage floor and impaled the show car when some people were adding additional foundation supports at my house. Not the best of days for me!



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It just keeps on getting more expensive for this accident. Now I need to have a 22' x 18' x 5" section of concrete demolished in my basement and repoured with dowels and wire. Quite a lot of mess and noise associated with that process as well as time. Initial update for the car repair indicates around $15 K to repair and repaint the car over a three month period. This car will certainly not be at Daytona this year!

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Got it out of the garage and washed it. It's 65 degrees here in Michigan today!

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Fired it up for spring, getting ready to swap out a window motor





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Got it out of the garage and washed it. It's 65 degrees here in Michigan today!




Looking Good! Looks like your new place is out in the sticks. LOL Perfect. Just what I have always wanted.

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I cleaned on it a little, filled up the tires and drove it around the neighborhood. It rattled as I had loosened a couple of interior parts. But ran good and is ready for new brakes and EGR valve/tube.

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Went out to the junkyard that has a 51K mile 84SE. Bought the B-pillar trim panels for my '87 GT T-Top. Perfect shape. One more piece to the puzzle.
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Took it to a show over the weekend, here's two pictures taken by my friend Clement Flanagan.

if you still see these photos then the photobucket workaround is still working.




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Drove the GT for 35 miles today!

First time in almost 2 months the weather has allowed me to get it out, and I plan on driving it to work all week now, unless the weather changes.
Forgot how fun an '88 GT can be!

A few twisty roads, and some interstate just to test things out and wake her up.

Hit 75 mph on the interstate with no issues after being "in hibernation" for the past couple of months!
I do burn only premium, no reformulated gas for it, so that may help.

Trying to buy some T-top shades and waiting to hear back about them.....

Can't wait until tomorrow morning!
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Took it to a show over the weekend, here's two pictures taken by my friend Clement Flanagan.






Nice car. Say your drivers side front tire looks soft
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Drove it for the first time today in a month, after taking it apart and having painted. 2 weekends putting it back together and fixing things. Turned out fabulous!
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Installed IMSA quarters.

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wet sanding and buffing and will be doing the same tomorrow
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Installed IMSA quarters.



Dang that looks nice!
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Just bought it on Saturday, changed the oil and put on new tires today, Riken Raptors on the stock 14s. Hopefully will rebuild the left headlight motor in the basement tomorrow night.
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Just bought it on Saturday, changed the oil and put on new tires today, Riken Raptors on the stock 14s. Hopefully will rebuild the left headlight motor in the basement tomorrow night.


Welcome to the forum! We would all love to see a pic or two.
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Welcome to the forum! We would all love to see a pic or two.


Thank you these are the only pictures I have so far

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Washed it in preparation for a 4th of July car show.

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Nice car
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Started the project car for the first time in about three years!

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Had to change the alternator again on the 86GT.
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Originally posted by Cajun:

Installed a power outlet in the overhead console to power my Dash Cam. The Dash Cam requires a 5VDC source so in order to do the install I had to also install a 12VDC to 5VDC converter.




That is a very very good idea !

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Installed these:


And also one of these:


That last one is NOT my picture, but it is exactly what I put in. So far I am really happy with both items. Also fixed a few little odds and ends here and there, and also...DROVE IT! Unfortunately driving it is news worthy these days.

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