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    My 1992 GS Sedan

    Hey everyone, glad to see the site back around! I used to have a '91 DA I was ''restoring'' while I daily drove it. Unfortunately it got totaled a few years back, but this '92 DB has been in my neighborhood for the last 10+ years and I always wanted a DB more than a DA. Well it came up for sale earlier this year and I was able to buy it. The previous owner bought it in 2002 with 71k from the original owners. Its a bit rough around the edges but I've been getting it sorted out. It needed a cam cap, vc gasket, basic tune up, new half shaft and intermediate shaft, muffler, master switch for the windows, and some other stuff I'm finding as the days go on. haha All in all glad to have it, and glad to be able to share it here!


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    This post is useless without pix!

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      #3
      Pictures don’t put em away like kid rock and Sheryl crow did

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        #4
        Sorry guys, looks like the pictures got erased somehow? I uploaded a ton the day of the post. LOL Let me add some in a bit.

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                    Alright guys, hope what I reuploaded is there for you. I actually just got the windshield replaced today since it was busted, it's just not visible in the pictures really.

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                      #13
                      Nice! Glad to see a manual DB1. I noticed the License plate. Are you local to the Atlanta Metro area? I have a set of JDM DB1 window visors that are in mint condition that need a home.

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                        #14
                        I've never seen packing tape on a seat before. Wow.

                        BTW you can grab some cheap seat covers to use in the meantime to prevent further damage of the foam.

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                          #15
                          Originally posted by dpintos View Post
                          Nice! Glad to see a manual DB1. I noticed the License plate. Are you local to the Atlanta Metro area? I have a set of JDM DB1 window visors that are in mint condition that need a home.

                          Yep, I'm ITP Atlanta area. While I'm super interested I am also super broke, I bought a house the next month after buying the DB. lol

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                            #16

                            Originally posted by N FUL FX View Post
                            I've never seen packing tape on a seat before. Wow.

                            BTW you can grab some cheap seat covers to use in the meantime to prevent further damage of the foam.
                            I actually grabbed some stick on leather patch pieces that are like 12x12 or so I plan on using on the seats. I've got the back out right now I am going to test with and see if I think it'll last. It had some shit covers on it first and it looked so bad I took them off. I've only put like 500 miles on the car for now so it's not a ton of wear as of yet. These were strips I had from another project I used the patches for. Not exact match, but I just was seeing how they stuck to the leather. The back seat didn't need nearly as much tape as he had on it. lol

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                              #17
                              Love the restoration 👍

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                                #18
                                Looking good 👍

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