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So far it's looking quite great. It's a big project and I think we're all waiting for the final product! In case you're going to be adding any final touches; check out our newly revamped Accessories page to see if anything can be of use to you. Keep the photos coming and best of luck!


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In Corona and keeping an eye on this!

I'm rebuilding a red 82 if you want to sell bumpers or anything

edit: nevermind..wide body!

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How do they get a piece of metal for the sunroof to curve exactly like the body?
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I've got a similar project going at the moment, would love to see an update and pics. Based on the last one you did, I'm sure this will be an inspiration.
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I'm doing something similar to 1980 coupe if you are interested. Not a wide body
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Been awhile since I have posted on this thread but here is the latest....
Repaint original color
Fabspeed exhaust just to check fit on rear bumper




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How much did that sexy exhaust system set you back?
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Bumpers attachments

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I'm a 911 rookie and wonder how did you attached the fiberglass bumpers on.
What kind of brackets? Words of wisdom.
Would want to do the same with mine to reduce the weight.
Thanks in advance.
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I'm a 911 rookie and wonder how did you attached the fiberglass bumpers on.
What kind of brackets? Words of wisdom.
Would want to do the same with mine to reduce the weight.
Thanks in advance.
Thinh Ha in San Jose Ca.
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Does FabSpeed offer a single outlet package for those who don't want to cut their rear valance to accommodate a 2nd tail pipe?
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I'm a 911 rookie and wonder how did you attached the fiberglass bumpers on.
What kind of brackets? Words of wisdom.
Would want to do the same with mine to reduce the weight.
Thanks in advance.
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Does FabSpeed offer a single outlet package for those who don't want to cut their rear valance to accommodate a 2nd tail pipe?
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3 M6 bolts per side thru the flange into the bumper
1 M6 bolt thru bumper extension stay into lower portion of bumper

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I would think that you could cap off one side or the other

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Ooo, another Dave build. Can I pop up and check it out? I'm happy to lend a hand.


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I'm a 911 rookie and wonder how did you attached the fiberglass bumpers on.
What kind of brackets? Words of wisdom.
Would want to do the same with mine to reduce the weight.
Thanks in advance.
Thinh Ha in San Jose Ca.


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