Well, here I go again: starting another rebuild thread. This time as above, a 1988 3.5EFI RRC.
A little background on the vehicle: original owner died and vehicle left sitting in sons yard since 2005. Its been well serviced through out its life and only appears to have covered 32,000miles (which we think is genuine from the service history ive got).
As its been standing it'll now need a fair bit of welding underneath, although the body isnt totally gone and is actually in pretty good shape for its age. It runs and drives well, albeit only on LPG at the moment (conversion is professional and works well), even the brakes still work!
So, today it was moved about 20miles to my house and driven round the back where the resto begins. I started by hoovering all the rubbish out of the inside, there was what was left in the car by the owner, plus years of straw and hundreds of nails....I later found business cards for a fencing company, explaining all!
Lots of photos coming hopefully tomorrow. Then the resto begins, although it'll be a bit slow: ive only got another week at home, then im back at uni, until easter.
First task is to get it to run on petrol, cant have it running out of gas and not be able to move it! First suspect: fuel pump.