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OT-Pics of my new ´88 Mazda 323GT!

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Here´s some pics of my new ´88 Mazda 323GT after I just washed it. The hood is really badly oxidized, I´ll be compounding it soon to see if it´ll come out (that´s why I didn´t put a front pic). Besides that the car is in mint condition. Yes it is a turbo, the B6T to be exact. It´s a blast to drive. Let me know what you think.

<img src=http://home1.gte.net/res16vme/rear1.jpg>

<img src=http://home1.gte.net/res16vme/side1.jpg>

<img src=http://home1.gte.net/res16vme/engine1.jpg>

<img src=http://home1.gte.net/res16vme/interior1.jpg>
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Donnie- I already put new tires on. I have struts on order, and I have a muffler on the way and once it gets here I´m getting full 2.5" exhaust. Then I also have a boost gauge coming and once that shows up I´m gettin a new ECU and boost controller so I can crank it to 12-15psi or so. Yep it´ll run with the stock injectors at that high of boost. It should be fun.

Alex- Nah it´s not the battery leaking. That´s just a little corrosion on the mounts. The hood is just really oxidized from being in the sun too much. I may be able to rub it out but I dunno. If not I´ll paint it flat black temporarily.
I´m gonna try rubbing compound on an electric buffer and see what happens. I would suggest rubbing or polishing compound and then a nice coat of wax. Keep rubbing with the polish til it´s shiny, then wax it up and it should look good. I hope mine will be reasonable.
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