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Just a little thank you!!!

Post yer pics up ! Let's see what you've got.

Re: Just a little thank you!!!

Postby Hobbawobba » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:16 am

Awesome bro. Looking even better than when you sent those pictures to me on Facebook haha. Mean
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Re: Just a little thank you!!!

Postby Boggy2112 » Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:30 am

Cheers guys, It's been really fun learning about the car. I have a very long way to go still, but what an experience! The seats are not that hard to do, as i used the brackets from the old seats, the hard part was finding the right position. But they feel so good when driving the car, and do look the part. The front fender was hard to fit! I had to weld parts of the bumper to lift it into the right position, i will get some more pictures of it soon, the light where easy as i just drilled into the botom of the fairing! Just need to sort out the exhaust as its not sitting right on the engine block, and the noise is just to much after a while!!
Hope to meet you guys at some events in the near future!!!!
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