Guest Posted July 20, 2007 Share Posted July 20, 2007 After months of inactivity it looks like my black coupe is having the cobwebs dusted off it. The illness of the guy doing the welding and paintwork unfortunately coincided with the illness of a close family member and resulted in it sitting in bits since last September!. After months of wondering whether to chuck it all on Ebay I feel the old enthusiasm returning and making plans for when it returns. My welder/painter guy who is well familiar with old clunkers has proudly pronounced parts of the car "as good as new" underneath which is always encouraging isn't it?? Being new to Mantas though I could do with a few pointers. The interior is all out except the dash and headlining and I want to treat the sunroof (which is already pretty good for a Manta). Does anyone have any pics of what the roof structure looks like and where to squirt the Dinitrol? Can you even get into it from the inside? I am really nervous about removing the headlining as I don't think I will ever get it back how it was. I also want to make sure the drain tubes are clear, and possibly extend the tubes so they don't squirt into the sills. Anybody got an idiots guide?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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