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    Very nice job — everywhere, Dom.

    Your attention to detail is nothing short of impressive.

    I particularly like your wheel tubs. That is a PITA job and your came out exquisitely!


    Ed

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    a few more pics fright after this past weekend paint....starting process of reassembly...Attachment 169883Attachment 169881Attachment 169885Attachment 169887

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    Quote Originally Posted by eschaider View Post
    Very nice job — everywhere, Dom.

    Your attention to detail is nothing short of impressive.

    I particularly like your wheel tubs. That is a PITA job and your came out exquisitely!


    Ed
    I spent a LOT of time looking at other peoples stuff and to be honest....Youtube racestatus did give me a lot of help with him doing videos of him putting in tubs into his notch....we do have some differences but nothing major. I can say one thing is that it is very scary to cut into a car for the first time...

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