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Ferrario Progress by whadeduck
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question about the tail lights,
how do you get the blinkers to work with the led lights.
they are on a different light (amber) which is separate from the tail lights. i want to do something similar.
thanks
al


wow page 11 is all MINE! WHOO HOO!!

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Sure has been quiet on this thread.
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if i were you, it would definitely be ferrari red! your color scheme is nice for any other car, but if your makin a ferrari, i dont see any other option!
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not bad with the mirrors probabley what ill end up doing with my mirrors. im doing an old aurora set up


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There are three of us in the Carolinas that hope you volunteer to come here and help us install the new interiors. Then you could have a few more "before/after" pictures.

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There are three of us in the Carolinas that hope you volunteer to come here and help us install the new interiors. Then you could have a few more "before/after" pictures.

Nelson



What?...You mean you still haven't installed it yet? It only takes a weekend to at least get the panels fitted. The wiring is a whole nother job.
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There are three of us in the Carolinas that hope you volunteer to come here and help us install the new interiors. Then you could have a few more "before/after" pictures.

Nelson



That´s just asking to much from the Man !! :/

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Sorry it's been so quiet on this thread. But I've been able to get nothing done on the car at all in the last several weeks. My brother moved here temporarily then moved to Australia, been up to my eyeballs at work, visited my little brother in South Dakota for a week, and helped get Paul (War Hammer) off to Wyotech.

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Not much to report really. Still working like crazy. But last weekend, I went to Columbia and picked up a donor car to use for my 3800SC swap. It's already completed on this car and it's also an '88 coupe. So all I should have to do is swap the drivetrain from one car to the other and my swap is complete. The car runs. Drove it from Columbia to Myrtle Beach without a problem. I don't want to just modify the donor because I've already done so much to the other car that it'd be like starting over again. But I won't be needing the other 3800SC or tranny that I originally got for it. So if anyone's interested, it's up for sale.


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Stop spending more money & start working on that car!
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Bump. It's very quiet on this thread.
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Bump. Also do you still have the setup for sale Richard?

If so let me know. Thanks, Daniel
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Unfortunately, due to the fact that I have absolutely no time to work on her anymore, I'm going to have to sell Ferrario. I have no place to put her that doesn't cost me $400 a month. I'm in Charleston right now. Up to my knees in mud for work. May be here another week. But I'm looking at reasonable offers. I'll also answer any questions you may have.

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No use spending $400/month & getting nothing done. Better to send it to Whodeanie & have him finish it up for you.
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No use spending $400/month & getting nothing done. Better to send it to Whodeanie & have him finish it up for you.


That is exactly what i was thinking !
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Money to finish the project has become an issue as well.

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Did you ever sell the red "donor" that had the 3800 already in it?
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The interesting ones always go up for sale when I have no money. Drat!

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Did you ever sell the red "donor" that had the 3800 already in it?


Yes. It went to someone in North Carolina. I'm thinking that, if I can't find a buyer for Ferrario, I may end up parting her out. That's not what I want to do. But If I have to, I have to.

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Bump for the night crowd.

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How much are you thinking of selling for?
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Originally posted by whadeduck:

Unfortunately, due to the fact that I have absolutely no time to work on her anymore, I'm going to have to sell Ferrario. I have no place to put her that doesn't cost me $400 a month. I'm in Charleston right now. Up to my knees in mud for work. May be here another week. But I'm looking at reasonable offers. I'll also answer any questions you may have.



Ok there are a lot of lovers of this car have to say i am one who would like to own your car. I am not a buyer i am too far away and up to my elbows in my own build.

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Originally posted by whadeduck:

Unfortunately, due to the fact that I have absolutely no time to work on her anymore, I'm going to have to sell Ferrario. I have no place to put her that doesn't cost me $400 a month. I'm in Charleston right now. Up to my knees in mud for work. May be here another week. But I'm looking at reasonable offers. I'll also answer any questions you may have.



Whade are you in Charleston? The Boeing site?

Shoot me a PM if you get a chance.

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Or you could be at the Cummins site? Either way if you are still here i'll buy you a beer!
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Giving up after all that? $400/month for how many months adds up I suppose....Maybe a lesson here somewhere.
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Haven't been very successful in parting her out. So I'm going to finish her with what I have. Worked on her some today. Gonna have to really keep my nose in it to finish her.

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This is how she was sitting as of Sunday. It'll be a few more days before I work on her again. But some progress is better than no progress I 'spose.

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Got some work accomplished yesterday. Did the suspension and brake work on the right front. Pics to follow.


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Dropped the car on the right-front. Gonna do the left front tomorrow hopefully.

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Gonna have to do some work on the front fenders. They don't quite want to fit right. War Hammer, now that he's back here, said he'd help me get the fiberglass fenders straightened out. The 12" Corvette brake kit went together easily and fills the space behind the wheel nicely. Dropping the front by about two inches and I'll either level out the rear of the car or leave some rake in it. I have coilovers on the rear, so they're fully adjustable.

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I wanted to thank Cliff for moving my thread to the construction zone. Had a bit of a setback last night. Taking the left-front apart, I discovered the previous owner replaced suspension components on one side and not the other. The left-front is pretty much kaplinkaplook. So I have to replace the upper and lower balljoints, sway bar end links and shocks. It'll take a bit to gather everything to put it all back together. I only hope I don't also have to replace the bushings.

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Originally posted by whadeduck:

I wanted to thank Cliff for moving my thread to the construction zone. Had a bit of a setback last night. Taking the left-front apart, I discovered the previous owner replaced suspension components on one side and not the other. The left-front is pretty much kaplinkaplook. So I have to replace the upper and lower balljoints, sway bar end links and shocks. It'll take a bit to gather everything to put it all back together. I only hope I don't also have to replace the bushings.



Wade,
I have a set of front sway bar end links with poly bushings, still in the package.
They're yours for free.
All you need to do is pick them up.

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Just a bump. But I should start back to work on it next week. Waiting on suspension parts for the moment.

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Suspension pieces are in. A big thanks to Rodney. Should have some time this weekend to rebuild the front end and get it back on the ground.

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Got the control arms at a shop having the old ball joints and bushings pressed out and the new ones in. Should have them all back by the weekend to be able to put everything back together. Also found out that Ferrario had a wee fender bender during it's previous life. There's a slight tweak on the left-front. I'm checking it out to make sure it's just a tweak.

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Rebuilt the rack and pinion last night. Slowly but surely getting everything put back together.

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Got the front suspension almost together tonight. Then I discovered I didn't have any grease for my grease gun. It might go back on the ground tomorrow. Still much work to be done.

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Whadeduck has a lot going on right now so I thought I would post a couple of pics.
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Pontiac filled in with panel adheasive. (This stuff is tough)
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Work that has been done on the rear of the car. (new spoiler and back bumper installed.
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He needs your prayers - his father is very ill.

Without Richard's (Whadeduck) help I couldn't get my car finished. I can't thank him enough.

Thanks,
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Slowly getting back to work on her after being away for a few weeks.

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