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Wow that's almost too cheap to justify doing it myself!

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Sent my pedal assembly out to get refurbished by fellow Pelicaner Bruce Stone (Bruce 914)... worth every penny! Came back looking like a work of art!

<< Thank you for you inquiry.

Cost is $ 215 including return shipping. I accept checks or paypal. They can be mailed in a large flat rate UPS box for $ 15. You have to remove the upper clutch pedal.
Bruce>>>

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Wow that's almost too cheap to justify doing it myself!
That's just what I thought! You'll feel justified when it comes back all shiny and better than new! I spent more time than I'd admit just staring at it and going vroooom vrooom...lol

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Messed around last night a little, put on my new (used) flag mirror to replace the cracked one then cleaned off the engine number and compared it to my owners manual which, to my surprise, wasn't the original engine! Wonder what happened in its relatively short life to merit an engine replacement hmmmm....





Looks like someone was messing around in here at some point but everything seems to be present and accounted for.





My fun personalized tag and an old PCA badge I got from another car

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Pulled the pedal assembly this evening, expected a fight but the kroil made easy work of it. The nut for the footboard didn't even resemble a nut at this point but it came right off amazingly!

Vacuumed a ton of little mouse collections out of this area, just need to prep it for some black POR and wait until I have time to rebuild the pedal assembly.










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Back from powdercoating, assembling today.



If anyone needs this done PM or email me I can extract your clutch roll pin, blast and powdercoat everything and reassemble with brass bushings for $260 including return shipping. I enjoy this kind of stuff!

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Need to get in here with some spray 9 and clean it out, lots of mouse droppings but otherwise pretty clean.
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Not sure why all my pictures are sideways and I'm not very computer savvy so for anyone watching this I'm sorry!
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My spare rear calipers cleaned up ok, Pistons look great despite being pretty seized in their bores. I went to install my swap meet found caliper rebuild kits and realized all I got was some random dust seals and two very dry looking piston seals. Lol. Oh well. Time to place a big order with Sierra Madre.

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Pulled the front calipers off to rebuild



Pulled the crusty master cylinder



I need to put new rotors on the front so I pulled the Hubs off, will repack these bearings and install new wheel seals when it's time to reassemble.

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