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Here is one option....

Over 8 pages of part numbers from American Honda, here is a picture of every clip, seal, body trim component, grommet, brake lines, etc that you'll need to bring your car back to stock-form again! (not including major interior pieces and carpet of course)



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Price? 'round $3000...
 

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John...I know how much you want my restoration project to succeed, but I never thought you'd go to this kind of length to help. When should I expect the UPS guy to show up? :lol:
 

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ComposiMo said:
Here is one option....

Over 8 pages of part numbers from American Honda, here is a picture of every clip, seal, body trim component, grommet, brake lines, etc that you'll need to bring your car back to stock-form again! (not including major interior pieces and carpet of course)



:p

Price? 'round $3000...
:shock: please do kindly share your great wisdom... this is AMAZING information... i would so do it!
 

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I could probably use some of those parts, but what I really need is a "rattle and squeak remediation service" - somebody to tighten up whatever screws or bolts are loose and making noise! :D
 

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Tom: Nah, this is for the White CRX we're currently restoring. However, my car wil be getting a rather similar treatment ;)

coz: ........... if i come across spare time to type it all up, maybe.... Either that, or maybe i'll scan all the pages from the invoice. Actually, your best bet to get exactly what you want for your car, is to go to a site that sells Honda parts... i think one is "www.hondaautomotiveparts.com" or something like that.

cold: But then how would i live? hehe... j/k... its just a matter of taking the time to figure out all the part numbers. Some methods are easier than others...

Laure: We can do that at the same time we do your suspension, or whatever you want done if/when you drive your car over here :p hehe...
 

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cold: But then how would i live? hehe... j/k... its just a matter of taking the time to figure out all the part numbers. Some methods are easier than others...
Does that mean you're not going to tell us?! oh i'm going to have fun doing this one... great idea though, definatly a great refresher!
 

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For my car rebuild I ended up with almost three pages of parts. Most was window trim, door trim, and stuff. My current rebuild isn't as intensive as the one you are doing but it is still costing me a pretty penny.
 

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We may get some substantial money for the Barnett Shale in the next year. My wonderful wife has already agreed to spend some of it to replace my carpet, molding, rear bumper, front lip, etc. on my Silver rex and to renovate my tahitian green rex. I also want to acquire an 88 HF.
 

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Looks good. I used http://www.hondapartsdeals.com/ when I ordered all my new trim and clips.. Their prices are a little cheaper then most places I saw incuding majestic... I spent about $400 on clips and moldings fo rmy car.. But it is so worth it.

-James-
Those prices look good! i'm going to order my rear quarters from these guys for sure!
 

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hondapartsdeals is a great place to go for special hardware / trim / seals / gaskets / grommets, they have it all and not so bad on price (for most things)

example - valve cover gasket 6.12 from hpd, almost 12.00 from my local dealer

only thing is you gotta make sure you figure all that you need the first time around, because your looking at around $15 in processing / shipping charges even if your parts will fit in a tiny box.
 
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