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As a note to future readers, I prefer left-handed drill bits for these occasions. They typically grab the bolt at some point in the process and back it out.
Old 04-27-2018, 06:46 PM
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I have never used any of those waxes.How did it turn out.?

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Great idea..

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This is a pic of the back side of the door striker.

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Yuck Kevin! You need to color sand and wax that.


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Yuck Kevin! You need to color sand and wax that.


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Kevin's busy waxing something else, as usual!!!
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Kevin's busy waxing something else, as usual!!!
And then... “Disaster strikes”
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And then... “Disaster strikes”
Where the effffff have you been, 70'sBush?!?!
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In 50 years of being a car enthusiast, this is the first time I have heard the phrase "detailing the door jambs".
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Mr 930XXX’s detailing OCD and overall obsession with the 930 is entertaining.
I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with it. Just a different obsession


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Most people with a 930 don't have anywhere near enough time to do that job. Too busy doing upgrades, chasing boost leaks, fixing fuel pump relays etc etc etc etc .
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Where the effffff have you been, 70'sBush?!?!
Life got in the way of car fun for awhile but I’m back at it. I’m dropping my motor off at John Walkers next week. I’ll get it back as a long block and go from there. Hoping to be driving it again sometime mid summer. It’s been way to long.
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Where the effffff have you been, 70'sBush?!?!
Bush is definitely making a comeback.
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Disaster..

I need some reference points as to what to expect and how to achieve the greatest possible level of dealing for the underside of a 930.

This process seems like it’s good.

https://petrolicious.com/articles/cleaning-a-classic-car-with-dry-ice-is-actually-a-thing

On close inspection though looks like it would need high temp pressure washing coupled with heavy degreaser before to get the desired “just rolled out of the showroom” look however.

I would like pictures of what a pristine guards red 70s 930 underside looked like. In great detail would be nice. If anyone has pics of this?

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Disaster..

Also what was the waxoyl the factory used to protect the underside of 70s 930s?


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Also what was the waxoyl the factory used to protect the underside of 70s 930s?


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Big D,If I am not mistaken it's cosmoline that you are asking about.I worked for a company installing and removing big printing equipment called Heidelberg and we used to spray all the bare metal to prevent rusting,and I would imagine Porsche doing the same,especially using the slow boat from Germany.

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Disaster..

While restoring the suspension and brakes I found that the Krud Kutter Graffiti Remover took off all the old rattle can black and Cosmoline and left a bright white Wurth and factory overspray. It took three applications and scrubbing with a heavy brush, but it does not hurt the factory coatings.
Best part is Home Depot has it cheap.




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Disaster..

30 + hours into this and I have one more side to complete as it is only partly completed.

I get exhausted at times but I get a second wind similar to athletes.

Yes I know I’m missing the rubber caps that go over the door switches.

This 930 is 40 years old now.


















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While restoring the suspension and brakes I found that the Krud Kutter Graffiti Remover took off all the old rattle can black and Cosmoline and left a bright white Wurth and factory overspray. It took three applications and scrubbing with a heavy brush, but it does not hurt the factory coatings.
Best part is Home Depot has it cheap.




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Thanks much. I think I will to to have the entire under side pressure washed with heavy degreaser then have it cryo cleaned completely then painted and finally re waxoyl in the same method as the factory or as close as possible.


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I've been a machinist for...well...forever, and easy outs are not too effective on frozen bolts-n-screws. What you probably need here is an impact to get it spinning, and Stevie has the right idea.

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I used to be a machinist too and I never had good results from easy outs.

Easier to drill off the head and use vice grips.
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