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What did you do to your 2002 today !

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After getting courage to cut headliner I added proper mirror!!

 

Kudos to local pal Brett Cooper (Mr strut bearing 3D print cover) for helping with install!!

 

Now back to my 86 XJ6 project... traitor!! 😂😂

 

 

Randy in Raleigh

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Drove it. Treated the local Cars & Coffee crowd to an actual classic. Never surprising how many people will walk past an "invisible" Corvette, Mustang or (insert name) to check out a 2002.

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Just finished replacing upper strut mounts.
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Bibm5

 

To me, this picture just tells it all! A 2002 in every garage on stands in the fall, leaves blowing all into the garage

 

Love it!!!!

 

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1 hour ago, worzella said:

Bibm5

 

To me, this picture just tells it all! A 2002 in every garage on stands in the fall, leaves blowing all into the garage

 

Love it!!!!

 

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Priorities :) only need to sweep the leaves out when they become a problem and cover all your 02 parts !

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'73 Sahara down off jack stands for first time since last October! Yesterday I finished up the differential seals and re-installed it, hooked up a new IE exhaust, and lowered it down. This morning after troubleshooting the timing for like 3 hours, (figured out I had it 180 degrees off :/), got her running and test driving, then oil change. This car runs great! It's so interesting how different it is to my '76 with IE stage 1 springs, smaller 320is steering wheel, bigger sway bars, and camber plates. The '73 with it's original everything is so easy to steer and drive. Engine is tight, and it's running all right. Woo hoo!

 

 

 

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Not to mention  the e46 wagon. My fav-- the Xi  awd since they stopped making the  iX e30. Nice stable of BMW's.

 

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I finally have my 68 running and on the road after 20 years, 19 of it in my nephews garage, I bought from him about a year ago in pieces. Still have a few problems to sort out and cosmetics but at least I can drive it, Hopefully to alignment shop this week. Not at all stock anymore. This thing hauls ass and handles like a go kart so I'm pretty happy so far, Big thanks to everyone on this board, It's helped a lot

 

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installed a fresh pair of hella h4's and re-greased the front sidemarkers

 

 

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On 9/13/2019 at 7:59 PM, flagoworld said:

New old steering wheel... needs a little bit of touching up but sooo much better than the busted stock one I bad before. That thing was cracked everywhere.

 

Going to 3d print the horn button, for fun 🙂

 

 

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That wheel could look awesome with blue and red stitching .....

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