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  1. Great looking car. Youve finished a lot in such a short time, Im jealous.
  2. Lower part of the bumper is started. Used a fiberglass gnose to take dimensions from, happy with how everything is coming out.
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    @jhm @tube80z helped me out. super simple solution. For anyone in the future, double check the size of the image (1600x1200) is what i resized to
  4. great update, love the look! how did you fasten everything down? Bolts only? or did you weld stuff to.
  5. also started the new headlight buckets and front end, going to be using aluminum. Going to be going with a gnose styled end. Last side of my intercooler is almost all fabbed, little more welding then need to attach it.
  6. Small update. Im probably the most undecided person, made some small changes. Happy with the progress so far.
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    @tube280z photo sent @NewZed will try again
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    I cannot post photos anymore. Not exactly sure why, it will upload the photo then give me an error once completed "Sorry, an unkown server error occured when upload this file. (Error cod: -200)
  9. @Jboogsthethug metal work is just a hobby, couple times a month ill plug away if work isnt to busy. Im a scaffolder by trade. and thanks to the other guys for the words of encouragement
  10. Great job, everything is looking really good.
  11. Been practicing my metal finishing before i redo a couple more body panels. Below isnt any specific piece, just a practice panel 1) Pattern, 1/2 of the piece 2) 1/2 section roughed in 3) 1/2 section Wheeled. other section is a mirror image. 4) both 1/2 sections welded together. then finished 5) welded seam gets polished. First picture below has the weld running down the middle of the piece. Second photo is showing its overall profile. and with that I think ill be redoing the hood and from valance out of aluminum.
  12. From what I've seen in the past this seems to be an ongoing problem with them.
  13. @Bartman is it a spring and bag combo or strictly just bags?
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