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    The data center where the site was housed on a Virtual Machine was shut down. The person who was in charge of the VM never saw the emails about migrating because it was flagged as spam and went to his junk folder. Long story short, they turned off the lights and locked the door without SQC being migrated to a new server.

    Unfortunately the most viable backup to use is from Nov. 2015 so we lost numerous posts and registered members. If you joined after that date you will need to register again.

    The new site requires you to use the email address in your profile to log into SQC and whatever password you had back in 2015. If you don’t remember your password there is a “Forgot your password?” option at the bottom of the Sign In block. If you don’t remember the email you used in your profile contact one of the Moderators for assistance or email loginhelp@starquestclub.com 


    By Contsis,

    Project/Parts Car Dayton OH -Sold

    By Chaos,
    Hello all, this is MadMurdock from the old days. Unfortunately due to several family health issues, I'm having to move back home...and I cannot afford to ship it down.  I bought my Quest from Intercooledflatty in like 2010. Was my daily in FL for a decade (with the obvious down time here & there lol). Drove it to Ohio and it lasted a year before it got hit. Been sitting 4 years since. It is a 88 Conquest Tsi in San Marino Yellow/Black Cloth. Has been plasti-dipped Black. Wheels are

    OEM Tan carpet - complete

    By techboy,
    Just removed from my car.  OEM Tan carpet.  Has a leaky red pen stain under the drivers seat, but it never bothered me b/c you can't see it when the seat is in.  Also, 1 random cig burn, also in the back.  Otherwise in great shape, I had it professionally cleaned once when I was restoring the car.   Local pickup or meetup preferred, but I can ship if necessary.  $50.00

    Fantastic Tool - Brake Piston removal

    By tux,
    I was trying to get a seized brake piston out of a caliper for literally months.  I tried everything, popping it out using air, using the brake system, grease, evaporust, some Bosch Caliper Piston tool, heat, dry ice, nothing would work to get that piston to move. Ended up finding a Japanese tool and having to purchase through a proxy - Koto GBP2553.  This thing in a very secure vice w/ a pipe on it's handle and the piston came out in under 3 minutes.  Maybe this info will help someone

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