Bit of an update... it's been a while.
It's now on it's 3rd interior... this time it's sporting a Corrado interior... with a flat rear bench. Wanted this version as it's less fussy and bloody comfy (not that I'll be sat in the back much!). I've also managed to source an early 3-spoke Porsche 924 steering wheel as a temporary measure.
Took advantage of my friend's new ramps last night and took the old girl out to Louth for a run. Having major problem with the oil light and warning buzzer coming on when it's warm though... if the revs aren't high enough, it's on continuously. Very strange.
So, it's now sat on the Mk3's old coilies with new top mounts (and it rides SO much better than the Mk3 ever did), temporary rims and new chrome bumpers front and rear. Looks a bit better now.
While it was up in the air, I did notice some rot that I wasn't aware of though (as well as the front wings and minor rear arch lip work...) nothing major, just one spot in the drivers-side-rear-upper-inner-arch (phew!) that needs attention. It's a tank-out job... Still, for being 22 years old, it ain't bad!
Apologies for poop phone pics...
So, temporary rims for the time being till I get sorted with some lovely tucked splits... then it'll be a case of stripping it all down when the weather gets better to do the engine swap, etc... then in for some paint... then some 'other' stuff. No rush though...