Finally picked up a new urethane air dam. This one is exceptionally durable and way easier to fit. It's also straight! A wet sand, a few coats of paint more wet sanding and paint and it's looking fantastic.
To me the car looks so much better now. Next up that full dash cover.
Replaced the old MC with a new one. Bled everything (a few times) and it's feeling much better than before. It might need another bleed. I absolutely have more braking power than before, but I really need to step on it for it to count. It's also making me feel like I need to tighten up the alignment... It never ends.
I purchased a clock last fall from a guy in Toronto. It wasn't working when I came to pick it up, but he promised it had been the whole time up until then. He blamed the cold weather, but seemed like an honest guy.
Today I finally rigged it up on a bench and to my surprise it worked. I opened it up and replaced the face with a white one I made. Cut out the old bulb and wired in LEDs. Put it back together... and it was dead. Opened it up again and determined everything was fine except for some friction. Hit it with a penetrating fluid and all is running well now.
It took almost 3 weeks time, a couple 3-4 hour days. Adding bondo, sanding, bondo, sanding, etc. I had to rotate the side bits inwards and recut their inside edge to help close the gap at the top of the spoiler. That opened up a hole in the fiberglass, so I filled it with spray foam, then bondo'd overtop. To finish, 5 layers of primer black paint.
Next up I'm really feeling the need to get a new airdam and front suspension. I'll have to cut the fenders to make the wheel wells larger going in the front.