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  • I Can See Clearly Now...

    After 50 years of life, Conrad's windows had seen their fair share of hard water.  Almost all of the windows had a thick film, hard water spots, and were difficult to see out of.  So, I went to my trusty foaming glass cleaner and went to work, only to be sadly disappointed by the result.  Sure, it cleaned the dirt off, but didn't touch the baked on hard water spots.  Out came the Bar Keepers Friend.  It is sold in all grocery stores and hardware stores with the Comet cleaner.  I chose the powder

    bergie33
    bergie33
    1974 2002tii Resto (Conrad) 1

    Sunroof Dome Light Panel Rebuild

    As is very common, the dome light panel that attaches to the roof behind the sunroof opening (in a sunroof car, obviously) was warped, swollen and crusty.  I had some 1/8" melamine/whiteboard material, so I thought why not?     Luckily mine was in decent enough shape to use as a template.  Cut it out, marked the appropriate holes for the panel clips, headliner rod brackets, the dome light and the wiring clips.  After I got all of the holes drilled and cleaned up, I applied some urethan

    bergie33
    bergie33
    1974 2002tii Resto (Conrad)

    Raising Recaros Back from the Graveyard

    Recaro seats from a BMW E21 were at the top of the list of upgrades that I was planning for Conrad.  I have had them in my 2002s before, and to me, they are a must for ultimate comfort.   The journey for these seats is a long and interesting one.  Here are all the details, if you care to follow the journey from graveyard to resurrection...   While pursuing the internet for parts, I came upon a website that searches wrecking yards for cars and parts based on your search parame

    bergie33
    bergie33
    1974 2002tii Resto (Conrad) 3
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