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Old 03-15-2007, 10:08 AM   #11
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I've got so many things they'll probably take all summer

Bonneville:
oil change
coolant change
full detail including polishing
wiper blades

Mountaineer:
oil change
coolant change
spark plugs
possible battery
serpentine belt
possible belt pulley (sqeeks on wet days)
full detail with polishing
if I can get paint (no duplicolor match) fix scuffs in bumper
fix some rust starting on door bottoms and repaint

'96 Cutlass:
Coolant change, then sell it

'68 Cutlass:
oil change
master cylinder change
investigate coolant leak
fix broken lugnut stud
fix slow moving top mechanism
full detail w/polishing
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:30 AM   #12
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Glad I don't have to answer this one...
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:57 AM   #13
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mine is simple

Park SLE

Drive SSEi
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Step 1 - gasoline+match+bonneville
Step 2 - buy new Bonnie

Seriously, I have put so much $ and parts into it, it'* like half of a new car.
BUT, there is still sooooo much to do. I have done most of the repairs already mentioned in this thread, and still the car isn't right. I think I need a motor rebuild, definitely need an alignment, prob new tires, fixed cracked front fender, new pass. side tail light, and who knows what for PA safety inspection for the end of July.
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make it run and drive.
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:34 AM   #16
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For my car:

Replace transmisson valve body
Brakes
Tires
Rear suspension fixed

optional:

Headers
Tuner
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Mine -

1. Buy '97 SSE (135k?)
2. Replace trans with a JY unit.
3. Replace LIM gaskets with aluminum framed ones
4. Drive

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1. Buy '97 40th SLE (160k)
2. Drive

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Pull out interior
Rewire entire stereo
Run wires to headrest monitors
Make new fiberglass enclosure for the subs
Fiberglass front door panels from parts car
Re-install interior
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Mines easy

Repairs

Brakes

Mods

Gut my Air-box
Supercharger Pulley/Belt
Exhaust
Put my swoopies on
Paint my grill

and i think thats it for now
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for me its like this:

get fuel pump and filter changed
get the 5 spoke wheels
fix the thin rod that goes to the front end that came loose
get new carpet/ floor mats
get grille replaced
get TB cleaned out
get complete tune up
check the PCV valvefor missing o ring
get bonne painted (21U- chevy Laser Blue and Silver)
fix the loose headlight lens
fix the numberous dents ( from azzholes throwing their doors into my car!!)
get y-pipe and glass packs installed ( I love it loud)

Have more but, dont want to go overboard and bore yall!!!
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