Moved the wife's car out of the way, opened the garage, starter her up, tested the brakes and tentatively pulled out of the garage... stopped long enough for the Mrs. to take a couple pics and for Formua88 to get in the copilot's seat.
(Cue the 'Leaving Drydock' theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Checked for traffic, pulled into the street and off we go!
Still need to swap the steering wheel to enable the horn, rebuild one of the headlight motors, get a third brakelight bulb (and others) and figure out why the backup lights aren't working - then I can get it inspected and get a licence plate for it and get it back on the road.
I'm afraid to tally up the list... but I'll do so soon anyway.
Thanks to all for the advice along the way... and thanks to Formula88 for all the assistance, patience, help, muscle and elbow grease.
Patrick W. Heinske -- LZeitgeist@aol.com
1988 Fiero Formula - Automoda convertible
repainted PPG Ferrari 'Giallo Modena' yellow
1988 Fiero 4-cyl Coupe - Dad's car, the Indy 'clone'
(soon to be back on the road after a 6 year rest)