Last night marks the 3rd time I’ve fueled the van up since we bought it. I’m happy I check my economy the old fashioned way instead of just relying on the gauge on the dash or I would be disappointed.
Know anything about Ohtsu FP7000 tires?
After talking about selling my van, we somehow got talking about the Journey GT we drove just before finding our new van. For one reason or another, I looked up the Journey’s wheelbase......
The wife decided last night that we don’t really have a need for 4 vehicles now that we have the new van. We already planned on selling the 1992 once I get it painted, but she thought why not list mine too.
So one of my other stickers arrived for the car last night. This is the package it was sent in:
Your family loves Dr. Who:
Made more progress on the 92 last night. Got the patch panel welded in and a layer of filler over it:
I would grab better pics?
If I could buy a base model Grand Caravan with the GT body/suspension/wheels I would buy it today?
So I started in on the cruiser van Monday night:
On this 1995 Grand Caravan:
On my trip to the Junkyard Friday, I happened to stumble across a minty 1994 Lebaron sedan. The Lebaron grille I had in my car had gotten broke over the winter, so it had been replaced with a stock Acclaim grille
Decided it was time to get my ass in gear and get the 1992 ready for paint. So off to sanding I went:
My friend found this little gem of a trailer, $300, I would be going to pick it up if it was a 2nd gen. Oh well, now I have an idea if I come across a cheap 2nd gen:
Got the correct ecm Friday after work, went home and swapped parts. Now with the correct ecm, correct injectors, and correct intake, it feels much happier.
Classics of course.
Went to the All-Stop Cruise in again last night
figured I’ll do a quick write up on my van’s journey.
So as most of you know, I’ve been having “lack of power” issues since my new engine went in.