After washing the car and attempting to wax the car with some good wax and could tell that all the over spray was still there. Had no choice but to buy a clay bar kit and get to it. It surely wasn’t the funnest but not bad, just tedious especially on those damn side moldings!!!!! I clayed the entire car, lips of the rims, and windows. Talk about nasty, this was a pic of just the front windshield, the whole car was like this. Pretty much the hood, drivers side, top, hatch, glass and wing had this crap all over it. Never clayed my car before but it’s awesome when you can see and feel the difference and the smoothness. This was a shot after I finished valuing and then I proceeded to wax the car as well with some meguiars gold class carnauba.Looks good but I gotta ask...." It didn't Dong on me?"Still can’t believe it didn’t dong on me that the over spray would settle down on my car and floor. [QUOTE/] Dang it!! Also finished up my little work station area finally! Gotta add some more cold beers in that fridge.
You talking about something like this?Just wire in a pushbutton horn with an accordian cable to get through inspection. I wouldn't pay $250 for the proper wiring, although you can propably find someone selling a 87-89 column for $50 that has the wiring already present.
Decided to not go distributorless. Wanted to keep my combo simple and for my needs, it really wasn't justified. Ended up selling off all my DIS parts. I'm still going MS3X though
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