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Old 11-08-2017, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default What did you find at the Salvage Yard Today?

I figured I'd make a thread since something neat pops up every so often x)

94(iirc) SL2 with rear discs and ABS
Would the rear discs/ entire assembly, be worth taking off, or are they specifically tied to the ABS or gen specific?




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Default Re: What did you find at the Salvage Yard Today?

Are those OEM foglamps on that 94? That would be a good snag for someone with a Gen1 sedan.

As far as disc brakes go, there are a lot of mixed reviews. I think the look better than drum but functionally I don't think you'd find much of a difference on these cars. From the pictures they appear to be in really good condition.

I don't believe you require the ABS for disc brakes to function and it's highly probable that they would swap onto any generation S Series. You need to grab the P-Brake cable too.

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Old 11-13-2017, 03:20 PM   #3
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I found a '91 sedan with the oil-gauge instrument cluster and rear disk brakes, and the mirrors were white to match the car body.

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