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Jan Suhr

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Winter is coming, time to change Omegas
« on: 30 September 2019, 15:38:20 »

My black 3.2L Sport is now retired over the winter, I did promise Klaus (the German who I bought it from in 2017) that it would never see salty roads. So from today it will be resting in my garage until spring.

The Green one I bought last year and drove it last winter. It is a 2.6 Elegance that came with a long list of options. The last owners was couple of young kids that cut the springs to make it lower and put on 19" wheels. It looked cool but not my style so last fall I got it back to original look.

I was a bit late getting it done so some stuff had to wait until later. Now this summer and early fall I have fixed the last big things. One such thing was to paint the left running board. Since car was so low it had fell of. They guy I bought it from had a spare Omega so I got the running board from that car but it was white and a soar to the eye. I have now painted and also fixed some places with rust. It now looks good but not perfect but I can live with it.



This is how the green one looked when I bought it.



It has a long option list.

Limited Slip diff ( changed to normal diff since it was worn out)
Passenger front seat can fold down back rest to create a even floor with the rest of the Caravan floor.
Parking sensors (broken)
Navigation (changed to more modern stuff)
Automatic level control ( Not working and removed )
Leather interior

Just turned 200000 km on the meter so it has many years left in it.
 

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Re: Winter is coming, time to change Omegas
« Reply #1 on: 30 September 2019, 15:41:15 »

Both very nice looking Omegas , definitely worth keeping off the roads when salt is being used..
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Re: Winter is coming, time to change Omegas
« Reply #2 on: 30 September 2019, 21:59:04 »

Both great looking cars  :y. Look to be very well cared for cars  :y :y .
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