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    Hello from Russia

    I thought that all the plastic minivans in the United States have died
    Russia in many of these machines.
    I will show you my car. and will be asked questions.
    Sorry for bad English, I use Google translator

    was at first so (this is one car!)



    then this



    Now he is




    a continuation of the restoration OLDS















    this is my front suspension





    remade like this





    Now I change the top support































    tried the new brakes Cadi-V (I stand on the brake Camaro) Need wheel 18





    this is my engine










    Last edited by vit; 08-21-2013, 10:10 PM.

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    a continuation of the restoration OLDS















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      #3
      Nice! And Welcome, many knowledgeable people here. Don't be a stranger.
      Sold June 2015
      1990 Olds Ciera SL 3.3L 440T4 JA2 (FE3 upgrade underway.)
      -96 Trans Sport swaybar
      -98 Malibu 15" wheels (205 60 15 tires)

      2002 Ford Focus ZX5 2.0L
      2003 Chevy Avalanche Z66 5.3L
      2007 Mazda6 Sport 3.0L

      USAF (Retired) 1986-2007

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        #4
        thank you

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          #5
          Ему бы еще фарки родные вернуть, а то весь вид портят. Их как будто с тюненого ВАЗа переставили.
          The car would look nicer with the original headlights. This lights are ugly.
          '86 Pontiac 6000 LE 2.8L V6 carb
          My Instagram page Mostly Pontiac 6000 and our pomeranian

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            #6
            фары это хелла модули. мне свет в авто нужен, а не декорация.
            I wanted to have the light in the car

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              #7
              Nice work

              Where did you find information on building these McPherson Struts?



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                #8
                I made it myself.
                here you can see how I was doing.
                * reworked many times.

                1. http://www.auto-olds.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=3101
                2. http://www.auto-olds.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=4789

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                  #9
                  This is amazing. You made the control arms yourself?
                  Daniel
                  Kaiser George IX: 1996 Buick Century Special wagon. 214-SFI. 227k miles. Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down. First documented LX9 swap in an A-body! Click here to read my build thread!
                  Goldilocks: 1992 Buick Century Special sedan. 204-MFI. 132k miles.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Duke George V View Post
                    made the control arms yourself?
                    I would suspect many parts for older American vehicles over there cost lots of bucks....serious bucks.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Duke George V View Post
                      This is amazing. You made the control arms yourself?
                      I did it myself arm.
                      I wanted to improve the brakes and make a minivan driven. I wanted to get rid of the buildup. I'm tired of sleeping bed minivan.
                      The original arm is weak and is not suitable for the installation of brakes from Camaro and knuckle.
                      (sorry for bad English, if I write it is not clear I can show photos)

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by 85_Ciera_Rebuild View Post
                        I would suspect many parts for older American vehicles over there cost lots of bucks....serious bucks.
                        we have the parts, it is not very expensive. We buy a lot of the Internet in the United States

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by vit View Post
                          we have the parts, it is not very expensive. We buy a lot of the Internet in the United States
                          Yeah, but shipping cost $13 minimum for one kg if the part is not huge. So heavy stuff sometimes costs twice and more than in US. That's why I still didn't get new struts =)
                          '86 Pontiac 6000 LE 2.8L V6 carb
                          My Instagram page Mostly Pontiac 6000 and our pomeranian

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                              I think clearly without comments











































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