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Hello from Indonesia

Post by RobbySuryo on Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:28 am

Hi there,
I am Robby from Indonesia, I have RT81 for 4 months and this is my first Corona..
But the Corona not in a good condition Sad

I need a lot of information from this forum for helping me Smile

Thanks before, and sorry for my poor English

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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by RT85CORONA on Tue Feb 26, 2013 3:14 am

Welcome to vintage corona

Post some pictures of your corona and we will all try and help u as much as we can ... how did you hear about vintage corona?

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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by RobbySuryo on Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:26 am

Thank You..

I've been invited by a YouTube member, medranofamilytx
I see his video on YouTube, that's a nice & clean Corona Matic..

My RT81 is to bad to post here :shy
I need more work on that..

For electrical system, I've change all electrical wires, change all headlamps to H2, add more relay for those lamp, change all switch for cabin lamp, fix all external light (accept backward light, I can't find the switch on the gearbox) and the accu (battery) too.. Wiper motor still down, looks like I must change it with the new one, and the headlamp fittings must change to ceramic based so didn't melted again..

For R12 machine, I still fix for a few problem.. Some clutch seal leaked, must be change.. Radiator, I want to replace it with the bigger size to reduce the overheat, Indonesia is a tropical country, air temperature is to hot, and heavy traffic jam at a few city.. I want to replace the ket out alternator with IC system..

Machine parts that I've already fix:
- Handbrake system (substitute with R100 wires)
- Spark plug and wires
- Platina (got the original part Very Happy like it)
- Understeer (laker, ball joint, and brakes substitude with Toyota Kijang or KF20)
- Powersteering (I put the active system)

Body work (interior and exterior), maybe 2 months later I start it Very Happy

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Post by a2ndopinion on Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:38 am

Sounds like you've done a lot of work. Thanks for keeping it on the road! Looking forward to pics when you feel you have the quality up.

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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by Lope70Mark2 on Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:10 am

Welcome. Cant wait to see your ride. Thanks for sharing!

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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by justchilin on Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:52 am

Hey Robby, glad you made it on board, thanks for checking out my video and the compliment. Hope we can all help you out somehow, theres a bunch of great minds in here so Im sure you'll get plenty of help. Post some pics and go from there. Welcome!!

Oh, and dont be shy about posting those pics, if we all waited until our cars were all complete we would never have pics on here! Very Happy
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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by RobbySuryo on Wed Feb 27, 2013 3:27 am

Thank's justchillin, finally I found this forum.. Smile
This is my Corona, 4 months ago..
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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by justchilin on Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:34 pm

Robby, VERY NICE! Not sure why you were shy about sharing a pic, looks very clean. Is this an Auto or manual tranny? How long have you had it? Look forward to checking out more pictures in the future. Again, welcome!
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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by RobbySuryo on Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:26 am

by justchilin on Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:34 pm

Robby, VERY NICE! Not sure why you were shy about sharing a pic, looks very clean. Is this an Auto or manual tranny? How long have you had it? Look forward to checking out more pictures in the future. Again, welcome!

Oh no.. The real condition isn't clean.. There is a lot of "home work" for me Very Happy
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Body Work (Exterior and Interior)
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Some project that I've done..
Understeer
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Dashboard (electrical)
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Next I wanna put Tachometer for substitute the analog watch, but waiting I finished the machine project Razz

Add more relay for those lamp (electrical)
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Now I have some bright lamp Razz

Powersteering installation
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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by a2ndopinion on Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:20 am

Nice! It's great to see you putting such an effort into restoring it. It seems funny - those of us with the connections for cleaner cars and parts, we seem to take it for granted. Then there's people like you that have to seriously scrounge for parts or make them yourselves...

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Re: Hello from Indonesia

Post by RobbySuryo on Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:58 am

Smile

Power steering, AC, relays, and next project maybe a bigger radiator, semibucket seats, tachometer, sound system, etc is my effort to make that car more comfort for me..

Right now, I still looking for the idea for the dashboard panel..
I buy that car with the serious condition (bad) for the dashboard.. Ventilation panel, lighter, radio is gone.. And a lot of switch in not working, such as: hazard, wiper, sein, high beam, cabin lamp, left horn, drawer, etc, etc Very Happy

But I'll fix it one by one..
I love this car Smile

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