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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 07 Feb 2007, 21:26

Heres My Car soon to be restored to factory spec condition

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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 09 Mar 2007, 22:16

A few more piccies
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    Her with her new tunnels courtesy of Mark :wink:
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    Bad sill.... needs a new one, easy to get though, which is good
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    A little repairing to do at the back
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    Absent battery tray as the last guy had the battery in the boot, have to ask around for another one from you guys soon
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    Only 49000 miles on the clock, and interior sugests that


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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 09 Mar 2007, 22:33

Whats Gonna Be Done In The Next Couple Of Years
Full Engine Rebuild with New parts
Diff,Axel, and Anti roll bars painted
Suspension Bushes
Full Brake System Overhaul
Full Suspension Overhaul
New Exhaust
Battery Tray
New wings
New Sills
Fully Re-Conditioned Rostyles And New Tyres
New Carpet
Paint Engine Block Black
Boot Liner
Spare Wheel And Original Tool Kit
Rear Chrome Strip
New Badges
New Window Rubbers All Round
Engine bay, Interior,Boot and Exterior Professionally Preped And Painted
Put All back Together and ready for shows

All will be done, it will take a while but I want her perfect.
Then I will go over to England and buy an estate or hopefully a Chevanne
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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 10 Jun 2007, 21:09

Hi lads

Got new Gen. GM wings, centre caps in brilliant condition, and my spare wheel :D
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Took my old and really rotten wings off recently and found a really solid inner wing with no rust covered in underseal, the wing rail was in brilliant condition too.

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Shes looking really rough at the minute, im doing most of the nessessary work during the summer, cause im off school.

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Spot the Chevette owner :P :lol:

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The new wings, despite their rough appearance have no rust and no rot and have, after much inspection 3 dents between the two. Im really pleased, and at £80 they're a steal! 8) 8) 8)

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The parts lugger is our 1999 Vauxhall Astravan, which is probably the most unreliable vehicle that Northern Ireland posseses and on the way back from Belfast it let out a spit and a short loss of power. I think its the turbo as its smoking more than my mum does and 40mph is a struggle, it is as dead as a doornail, brilliant luck :roll: [/img]
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Re: My Car

Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 01 Dec 2007, 23:17

Heres My Car soon to be restored to factory spec condition

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It has come on a lot from this, I have done a lot of work underneath and reconditioned the back axle. I am going to get it professionally painted and restored with no modification. Its intended use is for shows. In time Ill have another Chevette for the 17th Birthday! Its looking really rough but luckily this is mostly cosmetic and there little rot, execpt for the wings (which have been changed) and the sills.
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