Finally road ready just in time for the snow! It only took…
a new hard top, 3 back glasses (2 of them homemade), completely cutting out and making new floors from sheet metal, a new clutch, new clutch slave cylinder, a new exhaust manifold, new head gasket, 2 sets of new belts from a stripped bolt in the alternator, 4 oil changes because of a coolant leak, a new gas filler hose, a new gas vent hose, a new vent window cause mine just fell out while driving it one of my first times. Completely redone exhaust, door adjustments so they would close, then more so they would open after. And those are just the things I didn’t have a choice to do. Still a lot more more money to sink in, but it’s so fun!

[EDIT:] Oh! And a new ignition control module, ignition coil, crankshaft position sensor, fuel filter, and Manifold Air Temp Sensor. Bah.

Finally road ready just in time for the snow! It only took…

a new hard top, 3 back glasses (2 of them homemade), completely cutting out and making new floors from sheet metal, a new clutch, new clutch slave cylinder, a new exhaust manifold, new head gasket, 2 sets of new belts from a stripped bolt in the alternator, 4 oil changes because of a coolant leak, a new gas filler hose, a new gas vent hose, a new vent window cause mine just fell out while driving it one of my first times. Completely redone exhaust, door adjustments so they would close, then more so they would open after. And those are just the things I didn’t have a choice to do. Still a lot more more money to sink in, but it’s so fun!

[EDIT:] Oh! And a new ignition control module, ignition coil, crankshaft position sensor, fuel filter, and Manifold Air Temp Sensor. Bah.

My 1967 Dodge Dart. Restoration is about half done. Bought it for $850 last October.

Yeah, it’s a 2.5L, nbd.
completely stripped, new hard top, all fluids changed. Replaced exhaust, exhaust manifold, head gasket, clutch, ECU. Just patching the floors, and it’s ready for the road!

Yeah, it’s a 2.5L, nbd.

completely stripped, new hard top, all fluids changed. Replaced exhaust, exhaust manifold, head gasket, clutch, ECU. Just patching the floors, and it’s ready for the road!

Aww Snap, bought a Jeep. $850!

Aww Snap, bought a Jeep. $850!