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LC4CARL 02-24-2016 02:25 AM

Pdx dl
 
Wanted one of these for a long time.


https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../0/M/002-M.jpg


2/16
Purchase
Cut springs
Manual steering rack

3/16
Motor mounts
Change fluids
Relocate battery
Hydras

4/16
Tach
Interior trim / mats

5/16
STS shifter bushings

6/16
T-belt / front seals
IPD panhard rod

7/16
Front speakers

8/16
Drive shaft support / U joints
Shocks / struts

9/16
23/19 sways
B cam

11/16
IPD chassis braces

1/17
Map pockets

2/17
Pull engine / degrease
E-fan
Gauges
Hitch

3/17
IPD springs

4/17
Battery
Rebuild seats

6/17
Denso alternator

7/17
Homer shifter

8/17
Heater core / blower motor

9/17
Dyna mat

10/17
Radio
TME muffler

11/17
E-fan thermostat

1/18
New / used M47
Shifter foam
Poly front bushings

2/18
STS PS bracket

4/18
Strut mounts and 15a plates
Rear speakers

9/18
B21FT engine
Flat flywheel
IPD turbo cam / pulley

1/19
IPD
22mm rear sway
Amber driving lights
Window scrapers

2/19
MBC

3/19
Dyno / 150 WHP

6/19
PS cooler

1/20
Momo steering wheel

2/20
STS strut housings, BNE camber plates, SAI correctors, rear spring mounts and torque rods, Eibach 325# / 225# springs

Harlard 02-24-2016 02:32 AM

Oh yes. Like nearly every single other one here in SE.

Have fun with it.

brendon_ak 02-24-2016 03:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LC4CARL (Post 5345296)
Wanted one of these for a long time.


https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../0/M/002-M.jpg

Plans?

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 11:50 AM

Rather fluid at this time...

Probably the usual slippery slope of: safety / reliability, weight reduction, proper sport sound and refined sporty handling.

Moved to Portland 10 years ago and these cars really are popular here. Maybe I can find a local club.

Heading out for the smog / title transfer today. The tires are literally falling apart. Saw some used 195/60's on Craig's List for cheap. Should I stay with the 195 or is the 205 a good fit?

$600 in so far. So it begins...

Sweet ride Harribert.

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 12:00 PM

Oh, and I'd really like to have a car for the Leavenworth Drive. It's a super cool pilgrimage of euro cars to a Bavarian village in WA. About five hours one way. Better get those tires...

Wilford Brimley 02-24-2016 12:04 PM

I saw your pic and thought you were a butchka

propav8r 02-24-2016 12:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wilford Brimley (Post 5345469)
I saw your pic and thought you were a butchka

Me too. OP either needs to start machining really cool stuff or change his avatar.

BrickLove 02-24-2016 06:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wilford Brimley (Post 5345469)
I saw your pic and thought you were a butchka

Me too. I was kind of confused and trying to figure out what was special about it.

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 06:58 PM

What's a "butchka?"

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 06:59 PM

What's the hot set up for the spare tire well batter relocation? Is there a battery box that fits well?

Harlard 02-24-2016 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LC4CARL (Post 5345829)
What's a "butchka?"

Karl or Alex Buchka. You have the same profile image as one of them. I think Karl just because it would be extra ironic.

77volvo245 02-24-2016 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LC4CARL (Post 5345831)
What's the hot set up for the spare tire well batter relocation? Is there a battery box that fits well?

Just leave where it is. It's not a racecar. You can buy a smaller lighter Odyssey battery.

Start with stage zero first

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 09:22 PM

Well that would leave room for the nitrous bottle.

:wtf:

LC4CARL 02-24-2016 09:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by harribert (Post 5345834)
Karl or Alex Buchka. You have the same profile image as one of them. I think Karl just because it would be extra ironic.

Hmm. I've got Beaker on a few forums. Maybe I should think about an alternate.

amerbritcan 02-24-2016 10:30 PM

A newbie...from 2008. Wut

LC4CARL 02-25-2016 01:15 AM

Been lurking on and off over the years. Wanted a brick for a while now. Glad to be here. Looking forward to a fun build.

quillc 02-25-2016 05:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LC4CARL (Post 5345452)
Heading out for the smog / title transfer today. The tires are literally falling apart. Saw some used 195/60's on Craig's List for cheap. Should I stay with the 195 or is the 205 a good fit?

205/60/15 is an easy fit.

I run 235/45/17s that fit well.

LC4CARL 02-25-2016 01:27 PM

Great. I've been scanning the CL ads. From what I've read, the 6" wheels should be adequate.

Made a list as long as my arm of stuff to fix. Round tires are at the top...

Steering is fine with the PS pump disconnected. Was a manual rack offered?

77volvo245 02-25-2016 01:34 PM

I have a manual rack from a 76 240 $150. The car was hit in run in the rear If your interested.

What i've seen they are NLA and don't included the manual steering shafts that is specifically for manual steering racks.

LC4CARL 02-26-2016 12:52 AM

Wonderful. Is it a bolt in swap?

Steering shaft? What's involved? Overhaul the column?

Thx.

77volvo245 02-26-2016 01:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LC4CARL (Post 5347085)
Wonderful. Is it a bolt in swap?

Steering shaft? What's involved? Overhaul the column?

Thx.

It's bolt in. The steering shafts are different but a direct swap.

LC4CARL 02-26-2016 11:43 AM

PM sent.

LC4CARL 02-27-2016 12:44 AM

Do 240's look silly with no bumpers?

Diet plan:

To delete: A/C compressor, evaporator (maybe), PS pump (install manual rack), roof rack, spare tire (can of fix a flat), brake booster (maybe / swap to manual cylinder), rear muffler for side exit glass pack.

LC4CARL 02-27-2016 11:58 PM

Made a clean spot...


https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../1/M/002-M.jpg


https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../0/M/007-M.jpg


https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../0/M/008-M.jpg

LC4CARL 02-28-2016 12:06 AM

Thinking about these wheels:

https://lc4carl.smugmug.com/Cars/Vol.../0/M/006-M.jpg


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