Snowy times are imminent here in The Great White North so my wagon has been packed away in the garage awaiting the warmth of summer. Part of the allure of driving a station wagon for me is being able to strap a Christmas Tree on the roof Chevy Chase-style. Last year I foolishly forgot my tie down straps and had to bring the tree back inside the wagon. The couple who were parked beside me at the tree lot were having considerable amounts of difficulty finding a way to get their tree into the trunk of their tiny little Honda. While there was a certain satisfaction in simply opening the back of the wagon, sliding the tree in, and driving off while they continued to struggle it wasn’t what I was looking for. This year I was well prepared. I had my straps ready so I dragged the wagon out of the garage and shined up the rims for one last mission. I was even able to ignore the strip of trim that had fallen off of the rear fender.
How to remove the windshield cowl from a ’94 Roadmaster Estate Wagon.
I’ve found a used set of rims online that intrigue me.
Well the seller of the ’94 Roadmaster Estate wagon that I’ve been hoping for has returned my calls at last and we’ve reached a deal. The car is a little over an hour away so the Mrs. and I are headed on a road trip tomorrow morning to pay for the car and bring it…
I tore off the drivers door panel, the sill trim and lifted the carpet from the Roadmaster today in order to better hunt for my window lock wiring problem. At long last I found it. It looks like there should be some manner of bushing or wire guard where the wiring travels through the side…
Getting body panels to align correctly on a 30 year old car feels like it requires as much magic as skill.