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Old Sat, Feb-18-2017, 10:58:33 PM   #9
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Default Re: Estoril Sedan Winter Refresh

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Originally Posted by damnboy37 View Post
Nice, giving it the love it deserves. I have some glass projectors, but the shop couldn't find a way to get them to fit them with the supercharger in the way.
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If you get some glass headlights, do a proper retrofit and run HIDs. It does wonders in making the car confidence inspiring on late night drives. Mountain roads, wildlife and 20 year old headlights are not a perfect combo. I'm running FX-R projectors in DJ Autos and the light output rivals new cars. Anything I can help with, or any parts you need help finding let me know Chef.
Thanks guys.
I want some OEM Bosch. I really avoid driving the car at night and rarely do. I've owned numerous modern cars and know what a nice headlight setup can do. I'll keep thinking but this one is still back burner.
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Good work keeping it until you were ready to work on it.

I've read lots of stories about people selling a car and regretting it because they didn't have the time or resources deal with it at the time.
Sell? lolnope. I love driving it too much.

Finished disassembling the front end and started cleaning.

I was inspired by the door handle trim thread and five8and10s DIY.


Original tag still on the front end and all of the grill clips are intact.



Cleaned up the door a bit. I'd love to slap whoever worked on this.








All cleaned up (mostly) and all clips and attachments removed except grill.


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