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One other thing I almost forgot about, all 6 front inserts were splayed at different angles. I used a piece of pipe that just slid over the top of each insert to bend and square each one, then bolted on the 935 front plate to hold them square before I tacked in the reinforcement plates.
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Wow, ok I will have a look at this, Thank you.

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Made some more progress today, alloy splitter etc.









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This is cool. A little above my pay grade.
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The custom builds on this board never ceases to amaze me. Good to see talent out there because it's becoming rare.
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Very interesting resto and build. And that workmanship! Keep those pics coming please.
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Gents, Thank you for the nice compliments, means a lot from talented builders like yourselves.

We messed around on the fuel tank mock-up, tail light alloy housing and continued contouring the duck tail.








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Nice glass work, and carving on the duck tail.

But, that floor is way too clean for that amount of work!....
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Thanks gents, the floor was just freshly painted and we are slowly working on destroying it

mocking up the conveyor belt air dam, not sure if we will keep it.

Fitting the 993 air inlet grill for the duck tail.




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It's either air dam or splitter. Not both in my opinion. Car looks great. Nice duck. Would that air dam touch the ground? I'd bet it would be close.
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The foam, where do you buy it? What material are you using (paste,bond) etc?
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bumper tubes

Thank you guys. Its just 1" thick foam Insulation.
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So will you be bonding these tubes onto the bumper? I'm currently doing this bumper install and I made some brackets and 2" tubes(steel) and welded them to the brackets. They unbolt from the bumper and also more easily detatch from the chassis like from the factory. What a PITA! And probably not as clean as you's. It would really piss me off if all I had to do was to make the tubes with brackets welded on and mount and bond them in situ.
I will NOT take pictures of mine though so forget that. Your car is way too clean n tidy.
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Thanks for the kind words.

Yea we are gonna bond these to the back side of the bumpers.


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