First off sorry for the long post... I've been using my Bonneville as my DD for almost three weeks. It'* been completely flawless the whole time. I've replaced/repaired a TON of things since I got it. Here'* what I can remember:
Replaced fuel filler neck
Replaced a bad coil
Fixed misc. dead bulbs
Repaired fuel line leak
New front brakes, back ones are ok for now.
Cleaned MAF sensor
New plugs (Autolite)
Wires (Duralast, AutoZone'* brand)
O2 sensor (Denso)
Oil change/ new filter (Pennzoil, Fram
Fuel filter (Fram)
Air filter (Fram again...)
New wipers (Michelin)
2 New tires (Cooper GLS'es)
Even after all of this work, I still feel like I could do better. My question is, would replacing the FPR and/or PCV valve benefit me at all (performance, gas mileage wise)? And besides those, are there any other parts that I could replace that would help?
A completely unrelated side note....
This is my friend'* mom'* Bonneville. I know they've been talking about selling it and getting something newer, so this might be my future car.
You can see my Bonnie behind it to the left.
And here'* a close-up of mine.