Member Page: Kevin Dick
Member ID: kdickusStatus: Gold Member
Orlando, Florida, USA
Member Since: 2014-10-25
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Member Journal – Kevin Dick's Journal
There are 14 total entries in this Journal.
Posted on: Sunday May 17, 2015
So what do you do when everything has been removed from the car that can be removed??? Well of course you start the real work of putting it back together. Since this is my first time doing anything like this, I looked around for something to start on that would not be too difficult. I needed something that would teach me how this works, and maybe not be as visible as some of the other tasks. I picked the replacement of the battery tray/heater duct. The first thing to do is get the remai...
Posted on: Sunday May 3, 2015
Well guys, it took 4 months but everything I can take off the car is off the car. Now starts the real fun, putting it back together, I have a feeling that might take longer. First up, body work, I'm going to start with replacing the battery tray as it seems like it will be the easiest thing to start getting my feet wet. Then maybe take care of some of the light rust in the body tub, leaving the floor pans for the end. I am still debating on replacing the trunk (boot) floor pan. It really...
Posted on: Sunday April 5, 2015
So it has been a few weeks since I posted any progress, that doesn't mean I haven't been busy, just not doing things that have a big impact. I guess I have slowed down from the initial pace, but when I started this project I told myself there would be no schedule and no time line. So what have I been doing? Well most of the time has been spent building the rotisserie that the car will soon be going on. I have been keeping an eye out on e-bay for some things I know I want and/or need. Scored...
Posted on: Monday February 16, 2015
I have slowed up a little on the disassembly of Dame Judi but today the engine came out. It was a little anti-climatic as I rented the engine hoist at 8:55 this morning and returned it at 11:00 Job done no horror stories. Now I had the engine all disconnected and it was really only sitting on the engine mounts so I wasn’t really expecting there to be any problems. The biggest issue was the huge engine hoist I rented was to wide to fit under the front of the car, but easily solved by coming...
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