Building a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX - Part 2 - Removing ALL Parts!


It's time to get cracking away on our 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX project car! Whenever we get a new project car that is going to be a full restore, we always strip it down as much as possible. There are a couple reasons why we strip our project cars down. The first reason is because it allows us to clean the whole car in areas that aren't usually accessible. Second, it gets the entire chassis ready for the new parts we are going to install. 

In todays episode of throtl, we remove the interior, engine, and engine components from our GSX. Want to see how we get it done? Check out the video below to see how we strip our 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse and get it prepped for a bunch of upcoming installs. 

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