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Old 09-08-2018, 01:38 PM
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Way to go - the floor looks very nice. When you have such a nice floor in any year 911 everything else seems like a piece of cake.
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Awesome project Im a sucker for green! I would have bought the Willys aswell
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Looking GREAT keep up the good work!

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Rogue I see you had quite the hiatus in this thread (Jan to Sept 2018), any chance you got into engine bay at all? What are your plans for it?
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Yeah I’ve been fixing up a 1981 e25 then got a 1996 Cherokee that have been soaking up time . Not touching the engine yet. Everyone thing is all original there. Estimated 65k on the engine if that gauge can be trusted. Not sure if I will rebuild yet. Focused on buying a house at the moment
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Shifter and pedal assembly are rebuilt. Still needs that tab for the pedals re welded on.


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Yeah Iíve been fixing up a 1981 e25 then got a 1996 Cherokee that have been soaking up time . Not touching the engine yet. Everyone thing is all original there. Estimated 65k on the engine if that gauge can be trusted. Not sure if I will rebuild yet. Focused on buying a house at the moment
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Speaking of, the pedals look great, who did that work?
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Yeah the pedals were a bit of an obsession for my dad. Stellar attention to detail.
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Managed to score an old gas tank and smugglers box cover along with some other random parts in a trade for work. I had a chance to purchase the parcel shelf, seat back, and some other rusted sheet metal I need to replace from Restoration Hardware. I'm hoping to get them welded in by a local pro sometime this next month....
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I'm hoping to get them welded in by a local pro sometime this next month....

Iíll bet you can do it yourself! I did all of mine with a $200 harbor freight welder, and I did not have a clue about welding. Itís fun!




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Front suspension pulled off for front pan replacement! I’m getting the front suspension panel, gas tank support, rear parcel shelf, rear seat area replaced. That’s mainly it for rust in the car.

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New suspension pan, gas tank support and rust front end fixes

Out with the old front suspension plan and in with the new!



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Looking amazing mate keep up the good work!!!!
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WOW! Just got caught up on this. I love reading these restoration projects. Jealous of the green! Can't wait to see more of this.
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Welding in the replacement rear panels! Mike is wielding his welding magic.


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The original piece was pretty bad.
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Took off the rear license plate and straightened it out. Looks like someone pushed it in by backing something into it while it was sitting out in that yard. Planning on leaving it just as is after straightening it out.



All done.



Mike is wrapping up the parcel shelf, decklid hinge sets, and seat brackets. I'll need to paint this the color of the car as it was originally before figuring out what to do with the interior. Thinking about as minimal as possible for now.

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I’ve been posting more regularly here if you’d like to follow along! http://instagram.com/scarthe911
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