The wheelwells and the bottom are sprayed with an underbody protector. Once the car comes of the cart, it'll get another coat.
I've cleaned the doorwindows. Unfortunately there's a lot of scratches on the drivers side window. We're looking for a better example, but these are not easy to find. The passanger-side window is in. We totaly forgot that we needed a powersource to make them go up and down, because we're used to roll-down windows. Easy fix though because my dad had the right tool.
Shortly after the window install, we allready regretted it. The doorhandles would've gone in much more easy without the glass.
The passenger side door had a lock of a different car, so we needed 2 keys. We didn't have that key, and I don't want 2 keys for this car anyway, so down another rabbithole we went.
We opened this cilinder + the cilinders of 3 Corolla's we had laying around. All the plates were taken out and we started puzzling. In the end we found the correct code for the MR2, and we only had to file down one plate very lightly. The key works like a charm now.
The steering column is also in it's place. She's starting to look like a car again!
Once again, we acted a bit quickly here, because we want to replace the sportpedals with normal pedals, and a bit more room would've been nice.
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I also started cleaning my doorcards (first pic). I am not sure what to do with them however. Do I keep them as is, or do I get them retrimmed? Will they clash with my seats?
I would like to retrim seats. I have a set of red tipped seats and I would love them to be yellow-tipped as in the picture below (seats in picture are not mine, found on internet). I would also like the retrim to be in leather.
What do you guy's think?
- retrim the the doorcards or not?
- seats in leather or in cloth?