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Lots of progress the last couple weeks!

Found some cancer/bondo that is getting addressed




Door being stripped. Dark spot is a small dent that's being worked over.




Other door was hit at some point and there's some bondo that's getting addresssed




Pic says it all. We're taking the entire car down to mare metal.



Engine build starts soon!
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Also deleting the goofy 911 mirrors!

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We're basically down to bare metal and after all this work I feel like we'd be crazy to not go with a custom color. I saw this years ago and always loved.



Let me know if you have any suggestions. I also like the Tundra Pro cement color.
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We're basically down to bare metal and after all this work I feel like we'd be crazy to not go with a custom color. I saw this years ago and always loved.



Let me know if you have any suggestions. I also like the Tundra Pro cement color.
This is a killer color. I'm trying to decide if i'll keep my rally car rosewood or go olive. The factory olive from the 70's has way more yellow, but still rad.
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Haven't posted in a bit, but there has been a bunch of progress!

Here you can see the exterior is fully stripped and the vehicle really isnt too bad. Any visible cancer was repaired.







The interior, frunk and engine bay were going to be very tough so instead of stripping them by hand we had the entire car sand blasted....
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Back from blasting!




Found a couple additional cancer spots that will be addressed.



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So much for a little engine refresh.
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story of my life...

This is now our SEMA booth car so it has to be a home run.
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you will find sand in that car 10 years from now....
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Gonna be a pretty sweet Sema build from the looks of it!

Funny that Eibach is using an SC. you know, because of the whole torsion bar thing.
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wow... look at ALL THAT SAND accumulating in the corners. That's going to be a mess to clean up...
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Gonna be a pretty sweet Sema build from the looks of it!

Funny that Eibach is using an SC. you know, because of the whole torsion bar thing.
cough coilover cough

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Working on some custom CF dash parts

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Working on some custom CF dash parts



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