Thanks, yes as I mentioned above I start with clay bar removal and end with the ceramic. My paint is in really good shape to start with so I'm fortunate, PO had the roof and hood repainted by a quality shop.
really enjoyed this videoAside from a few minor things I'm done restoring/repairing/modding my Insight. In celebration I made a "Top 10 mods" vid for my YT channel. A small but enthusiastic crowd has enjoyed this series on the G1, not nearly as much as my other builds but we all know that's the nature of these cars.
2000 Honda Insight: Top 10 favorite mods - YouTube
Cool I'm glad to hear. I have a few dozen Insight videos on my channel you might check out if you enjoy Insight rambling. Just put a new one up the other day that discusses why I think the G1 is such an uncompromising car in the field of other supposedly rare/groundbreaking cars, it's gotten some good conversation:really enjoyed this video
Scott's expression in that final picture tells us what happens to you if you're surrounded by Honda Insights all day.On a bit of a staycation, so still knocking my checklist of things to do on this bucket before her maiden voyage!
Got a chance to meet Scott @Jue Motors!
You could have replace those items yourself for less than $150 in parts. I'd look for a new mechanic as that job could be done in an hour.Had my water pump, tensioner pulley, and serpentine belt replaced at 171,000 miles. No more wretched shrieking noise that made it sound like it was powered by an abused chimpanzee.
$531 was the bill. That's almost half the cost of the new head unit I want to upgrade to!
Good morning Insighters,You could have replace those items yourself for less than $150 in parts. I'd look for a new mechanic as that job could be done in an hour.
I, in fact, just did this job. The water pump, idler pulley and belt cost me about $60 from Rock Auto.You could have replace those items yourself for less than $150 in parts.