|Originally posted by Tmcd98:|
It may be a very general question but are there any tips to totally restore one?
Be Very careful on how much you invest. It's very easy to lose track and then find out you have a fortune invested in a car that's worth very little. Been there, done that, wish i hadn't. In the grand scheme, 88's will generally be worth the most and 84's the least.
You should also be aware that the 84 has certain things that are unique - stuff that was changed in the the later years. Be aware of this when you ask for advice, parts, etc.
I'd work on making the car reliable and fixing stuff that goes bad over time (like the cooling system that rusts and corrodes). Good luck and be aware that there is a TON of info available using SEARCH. You don't always have to wait for answers and the archives is some pretty good reading.
[This message has been edited by PaulJK (edited 04-21-2014).]