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    Nice, brings back memories.

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    What year is your 911 Ian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CtRacer51 View Post
    What year is your 911 Ian?
    78, first year of the SC.

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    I work across the street from the convention center and have a good window view leading to it. This weekend is the CT Auto show.

    I've seen some sweet cars.

    A cuda, a boss mutang, a nice chevelle and a couple of drag cars. Some driven and obviously some towed. Funny to see a funny car on the back of a tow truck.

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    Stop by Ground Up and made myself broke but picked up all the front end bushing, LH fender, fender inners, filler panel, & hood

    Wont be able to get to it till after the holidays but I have almost everything now

    Pulling the motor and bringing it to Carquest after the holidays for the refresh

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    And even more broke...... Just ordered everything for the interior to convert from green to black.

    Gonna tackle the suspension and steering box rebuild this weekend. Its pretty ugly down there 40+ year old bushings.
    Not sure if I should powder coat the arms and sway or por15....Opinions
    Last edited by MFChop; 12-23-2014 at 12:10 PM.

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    Honestly that doesn't look that bad..

    If you powdercoat/por15 you're gong to have to do everything.. I would suggest just pressure wash and hit it BBQ Black paint.. besides being HI-temp it's pretty durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismpero View Post
    Honestly that doesn't look that bad..

    If you powdercoat/por15 you're gong to have to do everything.. I would suggest just pressure wash and hit it BBQ Black paint.. besides being HI-temp it's pretty durable.
    Yeah its really not 30+ years of being garaged helps, slightly debating a good power wash / degreasing and call it a day....

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    I wouldn't use por15, unless you buy the 2 part system...which is expensive. Por15 has no UV protection, even out if the sunlight, it will turn chalky/white in time. I used a product called rustbullet on mine, with awesome results

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFChop View Post
    Yeah its really not 30+ years of being garaged helps, slightly debating a good power wash / degreasing and call it a day....
    Sounds like a plan. I wouldn't change anything you don't have too either, maybe urethane SB bushings/links if anything.. you might be opening a can of worms. Happy Holidays bro

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