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phishfud

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About phishfud

  • Birthday 12/24/1971

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    ...the trick is to surrender to the flow
  • Location
    pittsburgh
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  • Zip Code
    15012
  • Model
    Conquest
  • Type
    TSI
  • Model Year
    1989
  • Transmission Type
    Manual
  • Interior Color
    Black
  • Status
    Restoring

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  1. Cool. Zip is 15012. Thanks!
  2. Interested in fuel line and hard pipes if still available
  3. Haven't had a Quest in like 7 years and pop in here on occasion. Just picked up a Yellow 89, SHP car but missing the rims. Pretty solid but needs love. Gonna try not to go overboard with this one.
  4. I sent you a PM yesterday. 40 for ignitor and 5 for pillar. 45 plus ship, which i didnt have time to get yet.
  5. Found a bunch of stuff left over that needs to go. If you see something, make a fair offer. Buyer pays shipping of course. Won't ship fenders. 88 Ignitor with pigtail..$40 Outcast Horizon Gauge Panel..$25 87 Steering Wheel..$30 Fenders..need some work..$20 each Conquest Floor Mats..not so nice..make offer Boost Gauge..someone hacked off studs..$10 Anything in the misc photos is make an offer on what you may need. Will sell whole lot cheap if someone local wants to come get it. Also have an underside skid plate for the front but have to dig it out. http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/88ignitor_zps1ac425ca.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/consoleinsert_zps3a1c3e23.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/boostguage_zps684c0407.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/floormats_zps9399a8b0.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/fender2_zpsf43252fb.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/fender1_zps6917e7ed.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/87steeringwheel_zps33d84357.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/misc6_zpsed88ac56.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/misc4_zpsc6fe753e.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/misc3_zps0083a72c.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/misc2_zps9cd33460.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/For%20Sale/misc1_zps45cf641a.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/misc5_zps4484ff7f.jpg Drop a line if you find something you need. Thanks!
  6. I can take some tomorrow and post em up. Cmon fellas..this car gotta go! Negotiable of course just need it outta my way.
  7. Ah..misunderstood you. Yes its driveable..no legally but I drove it today anyway.
  8. I'm a teacher, so off for the summer and am pretty much always home. I don't have it registered or insured in PA, but that won't affect you. You would need to have a temporary transit tag from your state is all since my plates and insurance would do you zero good. I've bought and sold out of state cars and the temp tag has always been the case..or I just rented a dolly and towed them back.
  9. Finally finished the resto of this car, and it's time to go. Have too many other cars around and just out of room. Full details and pics of the work is in my resto thread. It's an 87 with 88 seats, ECU, steering wheel, HVAC, and airdam. Engine was fully rebuilt..crank turned and rods resized. New bearings/rings. Stock pistons. New NJV head with stock cam/springs. MLS head gasket with ARP studs. Obviously all new seals and gaskets. 88 flywheel with new clutch/PP/TOB. Braided clutch line. Has hardpipes (a mix..TEP OVCP and I think the others are *DM). Rebuilt stock 12a turbo. Stress relieved exhaust manifold, 2.5" downpipe and new stock exhaust. *DM aluminum rad. Rebuilt TB with original screws replaced with stainless allen bolts. All new fuel filters including the one in the tank. Runs fine, doesn't overheat, and has great oil pressure. Could use some tuning still, as it idles like a typical Quest..but doesn't hunt as bad as some I've had. All new hoses and such, K&N filter, and battery. All brake stuff is new or rebuilt with stock calipers, Metal Master pads, new rotors, and braided lines. New tie rods, ball joints, and KYB inserts up front. Rear has stock struts on it, and new axle boots were installed. Did a lot of detail work on front and rear suspension, so it looks nice. Has the strut bars from the GP as well.(the tri bars). Will need an alignment though. Everything but the windshield was removed from this car. Entire body was taken to bare metal, coated with SPI epoxy primer and then blocked with SPI high build. All rust was cut out and replaced with sections from donor cars, except the patches in the floor..had to make those. Entire car sprayed with PPG Omni GM Victory red, and cleared with Omni 161. Cut and buffed with 2000 grit and Meguairs buffing supplies. Could maybe use a bit more, but I was building a driver here and not a show car. Interior is pretty nice..typical wear on seats and such, but not bad at all. Everything works that should (although cruise is untested and AC needs charged). Radio works, but tape player doesn't. Power antenna does work as well. The only thing I can say it needs is tires. I'll answer anything I can, as I'm sure I forgot some stuff since there was so much done over the last few years. Car is located in Belle Vernon, PA, which is 20 or so minutes south of Pittsburgh. Looking to get $4500 obo. Drop me a line here, or if you PM me I'll give you my cell and you can call to get full details and such. Any other questions let me know. http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/20130614_153754_zps77c4b41a.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/20130614_153803_zpsfefc1fec.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/20130614_153844_zpsb9c1ad3f.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/20130614_153912_zps204e0f0b.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/20130612_144542_zpsac4293c3.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/177_zps4ff189e3.jpg http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y194/phishfud2/176_zps1a9f2e25.jpg
  10. Anyone know the measurements for the decal placement for my 87? I looked through the body section of the FSM but didn't see it. Thanks for any info.
  11. I have one. I can double check for cracks when I get home since it's in a box and haven't checked it out in a long while.
  12. Ya the primer is expensive, which makes using the butyl tape more appealing, especially for small windows like this. Most glass places around me won't come install glass you didn't buy from them..went through that once with another car. The tile X's are a good idea..I like that one.
  13. That was my issue really. I've used butyl tape before, and had little experience with moden urethane. Sure don't wanna have to take these back out ever, that's for sure. Thanks, Kev.
  14. Pretty uncalled for. FYI..I restored this and many other cars by myself, and do more than most folks do. I have an FSM, but that's pretty antiquated so I was looking for people doing it in modern times with new materials.
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