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EF Ian

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  1. Good reply, good to see you know the issues and are taking means to sort them. Can't be easy running a small business selling parts like yours but if you make good parts and give good customer service it should all come good in the end.
  2. Drill out the spot welds and remove it. Was well worth it for me. so much you cant get to otherwise and is s shame to leave if you are doing the rest of the car.
  3. If you need to shift the air from the rear that seems a good way to do it. Could you make the holes smaller so there is more surface to be visible? It should still flow enough air. Definiyitly got some supercar vibes about it as most of them have a similar structure at the rear to remove engine heat.
  4. Good work. Do you think you would be able to smooth off the holes well enough to have it chromed after and leave it perfect?
  5. Looks great. Looking forward to seeing more photos.
  6. Looks great, will be good to see a complete photo of it when its done.
  7. All the plans sound great. And we all know building a car isn't easy, problems were always likely to arise, giving you the chance to improve things like you are doing. Looking forward to seeing some videos when you finally get it running how you want.
  8. Must update here as the work on both sides is done, floors are starting now. I can help you there, I got them from here. They had them made for me and sent out within two weeks. https://www.alfaparts.net/dat280.html
  9. Long way to go still, but it sure will do one its done.
  10. Long way to go still, but it sure will do one its done.
  11. Its not too hard to make a kit up yourself using a motor from a corsa. That said for less hassle I'd rather buy one already complete.
  12. Nice looking car with a good setup. Welcome.
  13. I got mine from driveshaft shop, therefore they must have the lengths needed.
  14. Great stuff. Glad it seems a good system. I'm not sure I need it but want to have the option for it in the future.
  15. TTT also have very few photos of any of their parts fitted on a car. I don't doubt them as a company at all, but I like to see exactly what I am getting and how it fits so I can run things through in my head and decide if its for me. If they have more photos of actual installations I'd be more likely to buy stuff.
  16. The quarter panel repairs sections don't fit great, but they can be made to work and its still better than starting from scratch. Long way to go but its nice to see it started.
  17. I decided to change my mirrors, this will take them off the doors and clean up the bodylines more, I'll not be using the bracket that they come with, I will be machining up an alloy bracket to mount them to the window frame. Work has begun Some photo updates: Plenty of hidden rust so I am glad its all being removed properly from all the hidden areas.
  18. Joshuangao - Your project looks great, love the dash and the seats, seats remind me of Audi RS4 seats. You should post some photos of your build in a thread.
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