Have the small heating radiator overhauled as well if you haven't done so yet. If he loses that, once the car is finished, it's a real nuisance ...
It's a bad picture, as the camera on my phone had a nice oily film on it, but nevertheless.. have a look, although keep in mind, I only spent about 5-10 min with a polisher so there is potential for a better outcome, given more time.Can you show a closeup of how the polished paint looks? It's been repainted?
The paint is original And so are the mats I am afraid, they are very "concrete like" and some shattered upon being taken out of the car. I am trying to reuse some and source the "cover-overall" optional extra that goes over the driveshaft tunnel.I forgot, but is the paint original? Then definitely keep it. Nothing ever can replace the original paint that was put on the car and the clean up looks decent. I rather spend money with an excellent paint restorer (That can also fill in small and not-so-small chips) than remove the original finishes.
Oh, and if you do not need your rubber mats for the interior, I do
the original mats are extremely vulnerable and get hard and chalky over time. I have worn a hole in them with the heel of my foot. (which is unforgivable...) I have not found good replacements for them so far. All that is available are overmats, that look really awful.The paint is original And so are the mats I am afraid, they are very "concrete like" and some shattered upon being taken out of the car. I am trying to reuse some and source the "cover-overall" optional extra that goes over the driveshaft tunnel.
Here is a picture of my roofliner.Yeah, that is true, many differences, sadly I can't source the correct roof lining for it :/ but I purchased one that is designed for a later model.. not even sure what to do, maybe approach a tailor? Or just install one from a later model?
Yep, that is the one.