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Can't wait to see a driving video. Looks like you're getting pretty close. You must be getting very excited.
Very impressive fab skills and a very cool car.
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I make a carbon dashboard, with the carbon chronograph of the 997 carbon, to put the pressure gauge of the turbo ... I put you photos, when I advance a little ....
I make the electric horn system on the steering wheel, with the hub rennline too ...
I would put pictures too. I have to weld the RCA plug, which I recovered on an old plug. I used the wire of an old phone to make the connection between the steering wheel and the hub.
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Man I haven't seen a rear end that big since... Well I better not say in case my wife reads this.

Love the flares and all the extra special touches. I would get rid of the RWB on the seats and tail because I wouldn't want someone else to erroneously get credit for my crazy awesome build.

Keep up the good work and keep posting updates please
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You should put your own name on that masterpiece.


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I cannot image how many hours you must have in this project.
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The car is entirely carbon: roof, doors, front bonnet, engine deck lid, front wings, bumpers, rear spoiler, dashboard, mirrors, exterior door handles, 911 RS 1973 fuel tank, bodykit, seats, 993 RS clutch...

It's hundreds and hundreds of hours of work .

But the result is there: 980 kg 420HP (102 octane) = 2,33

I call it : THE BEAST
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I agree. Not sure why you're giving Akira Nakai credit when you did all the work.

However, great job so far it looks fantastic!
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