Omega Owners Forum

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  

News:

Search the maintenance guides for answers to 99.999% of Omega questions

Pages: [1] 2  All   Go Down

Author Topic: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress  (Read 870 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile

So, this is my 2003 Opel Omega, 2.2 DTi.

Comes from a single owner and relatively well mentained. I started working on it to get some rear arches and door sill rust out but by the time we really got into it we decided to give it a (almost) complete overhaul. So, body work begun 4 wheeks ago and today it will probably go to the paint shop to make her pretty again. All repairs where carried out with new panels and what I believe to be some of the best materials (including epoxy primer to stop and prevent the rust, or at least slow it down :) )











The "good stuff" is out :)



Some "invisible" details



Because almost everytime the rust on the Omega's door sills starts from the small pins on wich the sills covers clip we decided to find another solution to mount the covers. So, no more rusty pins on this one.





Waiting to leave to the paint shop.  8)


Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #1 on: 29 May 2017, 08:35:35 »

I also started working on the interior, where some of the "soft touch" was looking pretty bad. So I Started with the door panels, I only have pictures with one of them but they are all in the same condition now.





I removed all the soft touch and then I used a black primer (fairly resistant to scratches and also very easy to touch up on the spot if needed). In the future I may be going with something else (I have 4 spare door cards to play with) but for now its ok. Also polished the "wood" trims and changed the cloth with Alcantara on the trims.





The soft touch on the buttons was also dented, but I found out that using patience, a microfiber cloth and some Acetone helped level out the surface to a almost new condition.

Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

paul l

  • Junior Member
  • **
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • east midlands
  • Posts: 76
    • dti estate
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #2 on: 29 May 2017, 10:10:56 »

nice work on the door cards, I need to sort mine out soon, as I dislike the scratches
Logged

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #3 on: 29 May 2017, 21:06:16 »

 :y





Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

Doctor Gollum

  • Omega Lord
  • *******
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • In a colds and darks puddleses
  • Posts: 7114
  • If you can't eat them, join them...
    • Feetses.
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #4 on: 29 May 2017, 21:43:34 »

Door cards take effort to sort, but well worth it 8)

I used cream alcantara on mine and the lower dash panels to lift the black interior slightly ;)
Logged
Onanists always think outside the box.

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #5 on: 29 May 2017, 22:02:13 »

Door cards take effort to sort, but well worth it 8)

I used cream alcantara on mine and the lower dash panels to lift the black interior slightly ;)

I have a long history of cars that in the end had a almost "all black" interior. I do like cream/brown/beige interiors but to do that I would preffer to start with one that came like that from the factory. Maybe my next Omega?  ???
Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

Muroman

  • Junior Member
  • **
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Finland
  • Posts: 218
  • Cars for life
    • Opel Omega MV6 -99
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #6 on: 01 June 2017, 17:51:01 »

How are you going to put the covers on without the clips?
Logged
Driving dark blue - 1999 - MV6 - Automatic
Earlier drive was silver - 1995 - MV6 - Manual

Doctor Gollum

  • Omega Lord
  • *******
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • In a colds and darks puddleses
  • Posts: 7114
  • If you can't eat them, join them...
    • Feetses.
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #7 on: 01 June 2017, 19:35:43 »

Door cards take effort to sort, but well worth it 8)

I used cream alcantara on mine and the lower dash panels to lift the black interior slightly ;)

I have a long history of cars that in the end had a almost "all black" interior. I do like cream/brown/beige interiors but to do that I would preffer to start with one that came like that from the factory. Maybe my next Omega?  ???
Post plod, I fitted a cream leather interior complete with the lower dash gubbins, but kept a charcoal carpet and sill trim. When I later switched the cream leather for charcoal, I liked the contrast and swapped the door panels over. Only went with the Alcantara as I had an idea to do the headlining as well... Got the door panels and dash done, but never got as far as the headlining, so still have a 4 meter roll of the stuff ::)
Logged
Onanists always think outside the box.

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #8 on: 01 June 2017, 22:18:02 »


 8)
Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #9 on: 01 June 2017, 22:19:25 »

How are you going to put the covers on without the clips?

I will try to make some photos. It will be a experiment, lets hope it goes well. :)
Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #10 on: 01 June 2017, 22:21:15 »

Door cards take effort to sort, but well worth it 8)

I used cream alcantara on mine and the lower dash panels to lift the black interior slightly ;)

I have a long history of cars that in the end had a almost "all black" interior. I do like cream/brown/beige interiors but to do that I would preffer to start with one that came like that from the factory. Maybe my next Omega?  ???
Post plod, I fitted a cream leather interior complete with the lower dash gubbins, but kept a charcoal carpet and sill trim. When I later switched the cream leather for charcoal, I liked the contrast and swapped the door panels over. Only went with the Alcantara as I had an idea to do the headlining as well... Got the door panels and dash done, but never got as far as the headlining, so still have a 4 meter roll of the stuff ::)

If I get the interior done this year I will be happy. I tend to do the same.  :)
Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #11 on: 06 June 2017, 09:27:48 »



Back on the road! Still needs a few things done and after that, maybe some decent photos. Came out really good, all the work payed off in the end.  :y

Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

ReLLaXX

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Romania
  • Posts: 31
    • Opel Omega B, Sedan, 2003
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #12 on: 11 June 2017, 21:10:55 »

If only I had a good camera. The light and colours were great. My phone camera, not really.









Logged
Considering the fact that there is no absolute truth... I may be relatively... right!

tanellenat

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Estonia
  • Posts: 7
    • Opel Omega 2002 estate
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #13 on: 12 June 2017, 06:18:24 »

car looks really nice  ;) If you ever wanna sell give me a PM
Logged
Wanted List for FL estate:
MV6 front bumper with foglights; Tuning grill; Front lipp; Rear Spoiler; Dark taillights.- offers to PM

ronnyd

  • Omega Baron
  • ******
  • Offline Offline
  • Gender: Male
  • Bury St Edmunds Suffolk
  • Posts: 3053
    • 51 CDX 2.2 saloon gold
    • View Profile
Re: Opel Omega Sedan, 2.2 DTI (for now) - Work in progress
« Reply #14 on: 15 June 2017, 05:42:27 »

Good pics mate, :y on a side note what is Ceausescus palace used for now?
Logged
Pages: [1] 2  All   Go Up
 

Page created in 0.135 seconds with 16 queries.