Some of the pictures between part 1 and part 2 will be mixed up and possibly even duplicated. I was more concerned with working on the car than having an impeccable photo collection. Now with that said, here is a video clip of the progress along with all the photos.
Other than the mystery screw to the right of the glove box, most of the interior cleaning went quite well.
Dirty panel, trim piece removed
Vents and stereo surround after some cleanup. Oh look, Project resurrection got a stereo too
Engine shot – this is where the magic happens
Door jamb trim
Door panel going back on
Nasty shift boot mount
Cleaning in progress
why would they put a screw here?
Cleaned up shifter trim
Glove Box removal
tried some touch up paint on the fender, it’s good enough that i’ll try doing it proper next time
Glove box mount
Door cleaning in progress. Simple Green, water and vinegar mix and baking soda working together
Banged up fender
Bunch of dirty Stereo parts, a spy shot of my HTPC too
Cleaned up interior bits chillin on my freezer
Cleaned up stereo trim and new (to the car) mp3 player
Picked up a battery for $20
Glove box is missing
Before shot of the stereo
Picture of my plastic saw horses and some cleaner, oh and check that vain
Drivers door is much better here
Cleaned up behind the fender
Water, scrubbies, rags
more stereo pictures
back side driver door panel
Behind the passenger fender
Air bag sensor
Good speaker and shiney glove box
Door jamb, cleaner bottle too
The air bag wires actually ran through the spring, you can see the clean spot from it. How scary.
Cleaned up behind where you would find a stereo
Cleaned up door panel
HVAC goodness, hey where’s that knob?
Another interior cleaned up shot
Window, and a bag.. oh hey, the sticker is gone!
Nasty dent, bad paint
Another of the same
Door, check. Battery, check. Jack, check.
Driver door after some cleaning
Air bag brain
Nasty shift dirt protection mounting plate
Tagged a mystery box, don’t know what it does, but I know where it goes