when I did it on my first Diablo it took me a long time maybe 40-60 hours mainly due to figuring everything out, particularly the forward most piece which is installed from the factory with the glass out. Also, dealing with stripped seat bolts. Reminder to anyone reading this, never unbolt the whole seat mechanism from the floor rather leave the rails in place and remove seat frame from rails. You can then get on the rusted Allen head bolts without stripping, and if you do strip it’s easy to deal with without seat in way.
on this Diablo it took me 8 hours to get everything out. Like everything if you know what you are doing it’s easy
I am taking the diablo on first long road trip, heading today from Marin county over the Golden Gate Bridge down the PCH/101 to Half Moon Bay. If that proves event free, I will keep going down the 101, one of the greatest stretches of road in the world
Geno, that would be a dream to get my car out there and make that trek. I'm hoping to get mine over there for Car Week this year and if I do I will definitely be making a good long drive south of Monterey.
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