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Worth restoring/fixing?

Mechanically it runs perfect but in looks it lacks a lot.
What do you guys think? Should I go and fix it up or sell it? It is a type sh and I'm well aware of the hp limitations but I don't mind. I like the handling. The paint is really rough and it does need bodywork and a new front bumper/Rear bumper. Also needs the front emblem and front grille. Also needs new molding around the car. Also needs new interior pieces such as getting the stereo fitted and getting new ac vents because they are ugly. Also needs new door handles and whatnot from inside. How much you guys think I would need to make it look nice/decent?

These are old pics from my friend who sold me the car, don't mind the dog.





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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

is it ok maintenance-wise?
nothing big coming there?
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

Maintenance wise, its perfectly fine. Had an idling issue but just had to clean out the IACV. Runs good now. Doesn't even burn oil either :P
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

painting is expensive but its like a whole different car after that
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

if it runs well mechanically, keep it! the paint and such, that's just looks. I'm digging the rims tho.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

The paint kinda looks matte.. You should try Polishing/waxing and all that jazz to see if you can bring back the shine.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

Looks to me like a good project car if it runs well.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

Dude keep it.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

doesnt even look bad, polish it, and then go from there, if you really feel like certain places need paint, then touch up paint it yourself... as far as emblems go, you can get emblems for cheap no problem, so thats not an issue...

what do you mean about the stereo fitment? if you go to like pepboys or another store, they sell kits for stereo fitments, for any car made.. but a single din should just slide right in. check the metal tray piece that you slide onto the head unit, is that backwards? my friend had a fitment problem in his jeep, and all it was was that that piece was backwards, so it didnt clip into the housing. if that makes sense
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

The Paint is actually terrible its just the camera isn't good :p. Its got dents on the side. The previous owner did horrible bodywork when he attempted to paint it himself. So its pretty bad.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

same reason I got my lude....mechanically its perfect
besides being an auto but 178K on the motor and
tranny and the tranny is running strong. Some dents,
dings, and in desperate need of a paint job but that
will all come in time. I just wanted an H22!!!!
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

It looks like a botched home paint job. If it runs fine, spend a $1000 on a cheap paint job that will last a couple of years if your plans are to keep it. SH's hold their value, it looks good besides the paint. But it also depends how much you have invested in the 'lude.

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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

save yourself a bunch of money by doing all the prep work, sand it down any rust get that down to bare metal, any rust with that is completely rusted through you need new metal welded in though, grab a hammer and dolly and get the dents out the best you can, sand it down again, see the outcome, bondo anything you cant get perfect. make it as smooth as you can and make it the shape you want it (to match your car) by sanding it, fiberglass any cracks in the lips if you have, and that covers prep work. unless you want the interior painted to match, strip all interior by yourself, and the engine bay too if you can, and do a wire tuck when you do all this. if you go for a quote, and you want the interior and the engine bay stripped and painted, this will save you like $2000, and doing all the prep work yourself, you will save another few hundred, to $1000 depending on where you go. but then again if your gonna do all that, you might as well mask it off, grab a paint gun or 2 for cheap at harbor frieght, buy the paint you want, and do it yourself.... its not hard, at all. and if you want go to your local votech and sign up for the 9 session auto body class. they teach you the basics in all of this. and only costs like $200
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

As for body work, do I just use a hammer/dolly to fix the dents that are sticking out? They did some really bad body work and I'm going to need a lot of body filler.
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

yea, theres 2 techniques for the hammer/dolly. to fix a dent your stretching metal a certain way. im pretty sure when the dent is an inny, then you push up on the dent under the dent, dolly is always inside the panel. and hammer is always outside, i guess you can do it the other way around, but dont use your body hammer inside the panel, youll get it dirty and that dirt will transfer to any surface you hit, leaving scratches and more little dents.

but for an inny dent you want to do these 2 things, first push with the dolly, you want to match the dolly with the panel shape, theres all different shape dollys, and hit your hammer against the panel around the dent going all around it in a circular motion, hit with your wrist for best results. then if you still have dents, then use the pick side of the hammer and hit the dent from the inside of the panel to poke it through, then hammer and dolly the outy dents how ill tell you next

outy method is same thing only different hit spots, and dolly location. you want your dolly as close to the dent as possible but not right under it. you can put it right under it, and sometimes you have to, its hard to tell without seeing the dent, but hit your hammer in a circular motion on the dent, make sure to move your dolly around the dent to get the best results with the stretching metal.

you can get it perfect, but it takes time and practice, ways to check your progress, is to use the palm of your hand, you can feel imperfections better than with your fingertips. another way is to sand the panel from time to time, you will be able to see the difference in low and high spots by the way the panel looks after sanding. hope this helps man, good luck

most likely you will have to bondo a little, maybe not, depends on how patient you are with hammer and dolly. let me know if you need any help with that
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Keep it. Would love my 3rd Gen to be that colour!
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I want the dog hahahaaha
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

unfortunately the blue is not the original color lol. Its originally black, right now the engine bay and the trunk are still black :p. Its hard to keep it black in vegas without it getting sun damage. I'd love to keep it blue tho. Right now having some idling issues so once I get through with that, I may start buying some replacement parts. I'll try and get a close up of some of the bad dents. Also, how would I go about dealing with the previous paintjob's overspray in some places? Just sand it down to the best of my ability? These are in some nooks and crannys lol.
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I have a few questions, where is the Radiator Reservoir supposed to be located? Mine is literally attached with a small piece of metal and a screw to the front bumper. It doesn't look like it should be there :p. Also, do you guys notice anything missing? The sparkplug cap is missing 3 out of the 4 bolts. Also, the previous owner got overspray on the radiator and the reservoir. Doesn't look to nice on the radiator.


Oh yeah, it has 150k miles on it.

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sand down the whole car, and repaint the whole car, you will not have any overspray issues then. and the reservoir should slide right onto your battery tray, try taking the battery out and youll see what i mean, thats how it is in the 4th gen, dont see why it would be different in the 5th
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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

IMHO, if it's mechanically sound and the body isn't rusted through, ANY 'lude is worth keeping and at least getting it to look good.

And by 'getting it to look good', I don't mean spend thousands of $$$ on upgrades and graphics, and whatnot. Just 'good'. Anything beyond that is personal choice.

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Re: Worth restoring/fixing?

keep it, paint it flat black, maybe tape off a couple of areas for some blue stripe-age. and fix it up as you can or want to until the day comes to paint it for real. you say it fadrs in vegas, maybe a charcoal grey or metalic blue gray. then the black engine bay etc would be cool and the gang accents.
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If you have the money and time, and it really is mechanically great, then hell yes!
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Honestly, get the car mechanically sound, and stop the rust. Its cheaper to get a comsetically sound prelude to restore and DD this one. The less attention the car has the less you need to worry about the body. People sell shells all the time.
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Honestly, get the car mechanically sound, and stop the rust. Its cheaper to get a comsetically sound prelude to restore and DD this one. The less attention the car has the less you need to worry about the body. People sell shells all the time.
It has no rust :D everything is fine it just needs bodywork. Mechanically its perfect, I gave it a tune up today as well. Runs like new.
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