My ‘89 GT build

sigsterrr

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Y’all are funny. I’m in Florida actually. It’s so dang hot now I have to shoot everything in my garage so it doesn’t get too hot. I’ve never put on and take off a car cover so often.
Found out my tps sensor was reading 1.10 volts, so I had to slot it out to get down to under 1 volt. Tomorrow I’m gonna try to set the timing again. It has a hesitation that needs to be fixed before driving.
 
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So I’ve been working on and off on the radiator overflow reservoir. I wanted to keep a stock appearance, so I’ve modified the original one and added 2 brackets. The top one mounts to the fan shroud and the other hooks on to the frame rail like the original one did. It all clears the hood too. Just need to coat the outside leaving a line to see fluid levels. What do y’all think?

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So I’ve been working on and off on the radiator overflow reservoir. I wanted to keep a stock appearance, so I’ve modified the original one and added 2 brackets. The top one mounts to the fan shroud and the other hooks on to the frame rail like the original one did. It all clears the hood too. Just need to coat the outside leaving a line to see fluid levels. What do y’all think?

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I like anything that looks stock, but isn’t. So I say good job!! ( but I do like the custom look too)
 
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I gotta say, I will never buy another Cervini's part. The bumper is total crap for the money. I paint bumpers all day. I replace bumpers and even the cheapest oem style bumpers are 10 times better. So many divets and other mistakes in the molding process. Yeah all aftermarket bumpers say they need to be fitted and etc. Most just go right on and you can shoot. I think for the money, it should have been at least smooth. Just FWIW.
 

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Well, it has taken almost 7 months and it’s almost finished. First stage of buffing done. A few odds and ends, like raising the h-pipe somehow, replacing the windshield and put in a few ground effect screws. Oh and fix my taillight corner since I dropped it.

The bumper isn’t tightened down yet so there’s a gap. Also need to lower the hood adjustment bumper slightly. So much work to get the hood flat. I would buy one new next time probably.
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Here you can better see how I moved the taillights out 1/4” to sit flush with the outside of the body. I think it looks cleaner.
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Still have to wet sand the bumpers.
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