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Saabs | 1989

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POR coated rust, front drivers side footwell

Last modified: Apr 28, 2012


POR coated rust, rear drivers side footwell

Last modified: Apr 28, 2012


drivers side floor pan. sponge underlay for the carpet was soaking wet, even after being garaged, undriven for a month.

Last modified: Jul 4, 2013


exhaust tunnel rust inside - fibreglass was dry, but clearly had wicked water in the past

Last modified: Jul 4, 2013


passenger side floor pan. there was moisture under the sponge pad.

Last modified: Jul 4, 2013


drivers side rear seat floor pan. moisture there even after previous rust repair (2 years ago).

Last modified: Jul 4, 2013


Driver's side front. 3 holes, very thin in the area surrounding and below those holes. POR15 areas intact.

Last modified: Jul 24, 2013


Drivers side rear. 2 holes and lots of corrosion. Previous repair relatively good still.

Last modified: Jul 24, 2013


Passenger side front. good sized hole, similar to driver's side.

Last modified: Jul 24, 2013


Passenger side rear. 1 hole. rust everywhere. didn't look bad before removing the bitumous layer!

Last modified: Jul 24, 2013


mystery black and clear single connectors with yellow wire? = connection to passenger side seat heater! they are supposed to connect!

Last modified: Nov 16, 2013


rusted out floor fixed: POR15 + fibreglass bonded through the holes to POR + glass on the other side

Last modified: Nov 16, 2013

Sagging headliner
grey sagging original headliner before repair

Last modified: Jun 15, 2020

Headliner After
Buffalo gray interior. 1989. A bit darker than stock, but the contrast looks nicer imho.

Last modified: Jun 15, 2020

headliner repair
cracked + crumbling in several places... did fibreglass repair + some bondo hair etc (green stuff)... then sanded... it's holding up pretty well...

Last modified: Jun 15, 2020

tricky corner, headliner repair
gotta go slow here: if the fabric sticks in too many places, you will not be able to smooth it into this divot! as you can see, I did not get it perfect!

Last modified: Jun 15, 2020


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