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    1991 RT4WD From Idaho

    We bought the car for $300. Nothing is wrong with it mechanically besides the power steering leak.

    The wagon is a father and son project.

    When my dad brought it home




    We cleaned the dash, took the door panels out and the seats.


    Here are some pictures of back how dirty the interior was



    We cleaned the carpet.


    We took out the old exhaust and muffler.


    A new muffler and exhaust should be here on june 19th

    Many more pictures and stuff in the future! We plan on putting new wheels tires suspension paint and many more things in the future
    Last edited by 91 RT4WD; 04-25-2015 at 07:40 PM.

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    Initial post pics are broke dude, for the signals and stuff start hitting up ebay. It's your best friend for stuff like that. There are currently a right and left turn signal on there. $55ish a pop with shipping. Otherwise check out the buy/sell section of the forum.

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    Thanks. I don't understand why my pictures won't show up.

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    It's because you linked to the photobucket webpage itself not the image URL

    For instance you have
    http://s1308.photobucket.com/user/mu...b849f.jpg.html
    When it should be
    http://i1308.photobucket.com/albums/...ps57fb849f.jpg

    On the right hand side in photobucket you'll see a field for "Direct" that's the url you want to grab and use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91 RT4WD View Post
    Look up ef parts on facebook and instagram he own's a yard full of only EF's and he buy's and sells rare honda access/gathers parts. His contact is listed on his front page.

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    Thanks guys I just updated my pictures.

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    Ooooo under hood pad, nice. Nice cleanup on the carpet, I need to do that myself. I've been lazy =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastmode View Post
    Look up ef parts on facebook and instagram he own's a yard full of only EF's and he buy's and sells rare honda access/gathers parts. His contact is listed on his front page.
    They are a rip off, better to go elsewhere unless literally nowhere else has it
    My Sold Shuttle

    STOP QUOTING PICTURES, we saw them the first time!

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    What exhaust are you going with? Anything in particular or just stock setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenteagod View Post
    What exhaust are you going with? Anything in particular or just stock setup?
    Its just a $140 ebay exhaust I will post some pictures later today.

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    Nice deal at $300!

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    Looks like a steal for $300!!

    Did you take the carpet out to clean it?
    If you left it in, what/howd you get it clean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unc25 View Post
    Looks like a steal for $300!!

    Did you take the carpet out to clean it?
    If you left it in, what/howd you get it clean?
    We didn't take it out. We bought carpet cleaner from Home Depot and used a big scrubbing brush and scrubbed the carpet with the cleaner mixed with water. After that we vacumed the water out. Make sure your vacume can have water in it so it doesn't break.

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    Yep, that's a great way to do it, so much so that I was considering buying one of those rug doctor machines myself.

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    Well the exhaust I ordered didn't fit so we are going to buy a stock one that is brand new .

    Here are some pictures of the exhaust that doesn't fit



    Here is a random picture

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    Bummer, I've had that happen with a few things. I do like that you have the painted bumpers, that's nice.

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    We gave the wagon a good wash and I cleaned all the plastic. It looks great.


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    Also today in 2 hours we are going to a local muffler shop so they install a muffler and exhaust. Really excited.

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    Here is the new muffler


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    Im back guys I was on vacation in Croatia, Bosna, Serbia, and Slovenia! Here are some things I have done to the wagon.

    -New hatch struts (idk what it's called)
    -New parking brake
    -New Exhaust tip
    -The car came with an iphone plug.












    Next we are getting the power steering replaced, then the dents out, after that it is getting painted. While its getting painted the rt wheels will get powder coated.
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    Where in Idaho are you? I dunno if I have seen this wagon around in the treasure valley!! Looks good so far. Are you on any of the local forums? IMS or Honda208? Sounds like a pretty great vacation lol.

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    ^what Ryan said lol. Looks like a great project, and $300 is a steal! Seems like more and more people are picking up RT wagons in Idaho.

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    Well a lot has happened. We got the power stearing and the left drive axle replaced. Got pretty much the whole interior out.


    The garage ran out of space so now a lot of the parts are in the basement





    The car will be painted soon. Hopefully me and my dad will start to sand the old paint this saturday.
    Also got some new lights. Still need the side markers to come.

    Clear Corners-$85
    Turn signals -$25 each
    Passenger headlight from pick and pull $14




    This is how the car sits now. Also we fixed the roof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos View Post
    Where in Idaho are you? I dunno if I have seen this wagon around in the treasure valley!! Looks good so far. Are you on any of the local forums? IMS or Honda208? Sounds like a pretty great vacation lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by IdahoHonda91 View Post
    ^what Ryan said lol. Looks like a great project, and $300 is a steal! Seems like more and more people are picking up RT wagons in Idaho.
    I am in Coeur D Alene. Well the car was $300 then the auction fees were $100 and the transportation was $400.
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