The "BadSunbird"

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Re: The "BadSunbird"

Postby Badsunbird » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:59 pm

Hello Doug,

It's been a while since we've spoken, I still have the #2 Astre GT and it is in storage collecting dust, but I am slowly collecting engine parts to rebuild it. They just aren't readily available anymore and I have to snag them up when I come across them. I'm trying to get the Sunbird somewhat finished up and running before I jump into another project of this magnitude! I've got ten years into this darn Sunbird now and I really want to get this thing finished up, although I don't really think that they are ever "Finished Up", LoL!
Nice to talk to you again Doug, Happy Holidays to you and your family!
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Re: The "BadSunbird"

Postby HI WINDING MONZA » Tue Dec 20, 2016 9:09 pm

Thanks for the update.........I'm glad you hanged on to that car................going to be real valuable someday................................... :th:

Best wishes to you and your family this holiday season................................................... :wave:

Doug in P.R. 8)
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1992 Pontiac Sunbird Coupe 2.0 OHC MPFI I4 TH125C 143k miles
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Re: The "BadSunbird"

Postby Badsunbird » Sat Jun 10, 2017 4:12 am

Hello Everyone

Well we are getting closer, My son and I tried firing it up last Saturday, but we didn't have any luck, it popped a couple of times through the exhaust and that was about it. We ended up with a fuel leak at the fuel filter so we had to try and fix that, the more I tightened the fitting the worse the leak became. With the price of racing fuel these days we ended draining the tank and ordered a new fuel filter set up, and that's where we stand at the moment. We will give it another try in a couple of weeks, maybe I will have better news to report then. :th:
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79 Chevy Monza
75 Pontiac Astre GT

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