Iíve had my Aerodeck sitting in a garage ever since I got it, which is more than 2 years ago now, just waiting to get some attention. Short after I bought the Aerodeck I found and bought my 2.0i-16 sedan leaving the Aerodeck in neglect since the sedan was the car I really wanted in the first place.
Sitting for more than 2 years has caused some rust to develop but most of whatís there was already there when I got it, itís just worse than I thought.
Iím going to junk my prelude daily driver very soon so thatís why I have decided to give life to the Aerodeck. To be able to register it here in Denmark I have to pay tax of its value (decided by an instance of the public) because I bought the car in Germany and of course the car must be able to pass inspection. The car is born with an A20A3 engine but Iím going to swap in a B20A to be able to register it as B20A Accord.
Several things on the car are going to get addressed. The brakes are seized, both rear wheel well arches have some rust which was exposed when I removed the rubber lining, left side inner doorpanel rusted, and lots of surface rust on the rearmost underbody. Lots of small dents and scratches in the paint caused by the roof in the garage falling down on it in a storm lol.
So in the following time Iíll try to update with some pics of what Iím doing.
When I first got the car in 2004:
Rear suspension and fueltank removed to reveal the infected areas: