Nothing yet, but had to refurbish it when I bought it. It only had 39,000 miles on it, but it hadn't been washed in years. 68 year-old lady owned it since new. It had been sitting in a carport for some years.
Here is what I have done so far:
-A lot of Cleaning!
-Complete tune-up. Still had original plugs in it... original everything.
-Replaced all the fluids (engine, tranny, rear axle)
-Had to compound the white paint and all the chrome, had heavy oxidation, but shines now!
-The woodgrain was scratched and peeling from the heat (Texas) and exposure. Scraped it all off! Paint under paneling was great, but took a week to get it all clean.
-Replaced the rattling wire wheels with 1990 Cruiser aluminum wheels (Thanks Ebay!)
-Replaced the rear bumper fillers, the originals were cracked and some were gone altogether.
-Installed new N.O.S. Custom Cruiser emblems (ebay!)
-Installed new rear speakers and put a CD changer in the rear side pocket.
-Replaced the rear springs and replaced all the shocks with KYB's. Ride is much better!
-Installed a new trailer hitch for my wife's bike rack.
-Various detail work.. i want it to look new!
Since getting it and driving it, it runs much better now. I talked to the mechanic that the lady used to bring it to, and he said it never was driven over 45 mph...ever.
Since I've started driving it, the engine runs MUCH better, it tended to ping when I first got it, but sure the highway has helped clean everything out.
The cruise control slowly came back to life, never was used, but now works great.
Things still to do:
-The speedo cable squeaks sometimes, it's gotten much quieter, but still makes noise sometimes
-The car shifts a little to the left when accelerating, think it has a weak suspension bushing, but can't find it.
-TRYING to find a rear tailgate weatherstrip (squeegee). Mine is cracked, and all the ones in the salvage yards are cracked.
Other than that, it's done!