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Restoring as much of the trim as possible.



I call this "it never rains in southern California so we don't need no stinking wipers"



From Dave at TRE. Really nice piece and fits well.



Also from TRE with re-purposed splitter from my Integra




Touching it all...

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Old 08-09-2018, 02:39 PM
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Great build!
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going to be a new car when you're done.
this is a very cool build that's being done very well.
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Hard to believe there was once a sunroof here. This guys work is incredible!



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Love the color.
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I call this "dont need no stinkin door panels"



Another nice restoration job by Willy Werx




Looks great against the green too

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Time to assemble a motor!

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Working on some custom CF dash parts

now this I like!

I plan for 2019 to cut out the sun roof and laminate a carbon composite leigtweight skin from federleichte-elfer.de
Net weightsaving aprox 20kg!

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How/with what were those oil tubes cleaned with?
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I used steam and gasoline on mine. It's scary what comes out but it works quite well.
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How/with what were those oil tubes cleaned with?
Paint remover and by hand with 320 and 600 sand paper
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Paint remover and by hand with 320 and 600 sand paper
Savage. I want to remove my skirts but will not unless the lines are minted out.
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Just curious, why would you use the trombone cooler? I think that color is much better than drab olive.
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Just curious, why would you use the trombone cooler? And I think that color is much better than drab olive.
I was thinking that, it's classic but nowhere near as effective as a good fluidyne oil cooler (or similar).
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Looks so good!
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I was thinking that, it's classic but nowhere near as effective as a good fluidyne oil cooler (or similar).
Especially considering the hot rod engine that's going in. I'm sure he knows better. Probably has something up his sleeve like dual front coolers.
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