Ripped out the chairs, centerconsole and carpet and replaced the isolation I ripped out a year agow and put in some extra where it was needed and replaced some moulded isolation
Then I opened the air hose at work up to full pressure and gave the carpet a blow over (blow job) wich I really recomend everyone do! i had to wear protective glasses to avoid getting hurt by the sand that came out... I even got all the stains out... even old, stomped on choclate came out and the hair in the carpet raised up like a brand spanking new carpet... so I did the same to all seats and DAMN! I thought the industrial vac at work got a lot, but there was so much dust and general Sh|te in there that my workshop was cloudy afterwards.... here's the carpet in the car afterwards...
Then I had a look outside the car and realized that it was to good looking inside to look like sh|t outside... so i gave it a full rubdown and rewax
Yea i know the car looks totaly wank with the oh so loveley steeleys on but hey... I ran out of cash....
Finaly done welding up my rear exhaust, had to change the center muffler... yea i know going from 2.5" manifold to 2" center muffler is a bottle neck... i'm changeing the pipes on the center muffler just havent had time:
installed the lights that sitt inside the MK4 outer mirrors(will update with part nr.)
got the bulb holders from a scrapped mondeo (park lights)
the power feed is from the footwell lights and the ground go to the door swich.
Had to glue the lamps to my door as the steel in the door is not thick enough to hold the lamp on it's one... but bulb change is possible from the inside annyway... glued the bulb holders watetproof in the wire end so the lamp wouldn fill up,
The old splash screens ar thicker than the new ones... cheep bastards but i know a store who sells 5mm thick noice reduction plates with glue on one side... gonna buy me some of those and put ontop of the splash screens and some asfalt plates inside the doors, sounds so hollow after removing the side strips
Sounds good. I guess by asphalt we're talking about what I call bitumen sheets. I have bitumen on my doors and it does make them a lot deader (loads better for audio). Compared to newer cars I find there's a lot of road noise in old Mondeos, it's nice to see you tackling that.