And without photos because I’m lame. I took a quick dig at some things tonight. There was some padding glued to the floor and I scraped a good chunk of that out, so it makes life easier when I go to sandblast the interior.
I started stripping out the interior; eventually I’ll need to sandblast it and weld some stuff in. I was also able to pull the access panel for the one part of the rear suspension that was bugging me.
Back in the USofA both GM and Ford have what’s called restoration packages. You can call in with your vintage car’s informaion (VIN) and depending upon the brand and age, you can get a bunch of stuff for your car, including copies of the build sheets and configuration.
Seriously. This is really, really, really bad.
With an extra 1L of LHM and a fresh battery, my DS is rocking and rolling. I still have little, if no brake action and I think the accumulator sphere may have an issue. Or I need to bleed the hydraulic system. But, we’re making progress. Also, fuel delivery was fine, too. No issues with the fuel line.
but I didn’t have to trade my wife or daughter for it.
But first look at how perfect the lines on that road are.
Jay Drives his DS
Have a Citroën DS I saw in Amsterdam. More pics after the jump. Now to spend my whole day studying for Growth Theory and applying to internships…
That thing you see above is the new Peugeot Exalt concept, to be properly unveiled at the Beijing auto show. You might be thinking that it's just another design study from the French manufacturer, not destined to reach production in any way, like the SR1 of 2010. You might be thinking it's very pretty, yes, but rather…
It was November 2006: I was post-college unemployed and had just moved to Long Island City. When I wasn't job-searching, I was pretty deep into reading random Wikipedia entries and watching Arrested Development reruns.