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Here are the pictures. a lot more work than I first thought, but its gonna be worth it. as you can see the doors are masked. its not the best pictures but i will have more soon
 

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that is nice, i love sporty lookin sedans - is that a shop or do you have your own lift?
 

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nice wheels. will you be able to open the back door without breaking the spg kit :shock:
 

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realll nice i forgot the make of those wheels when i went up there to talk with rico and to get the clear corners... wanna let me know cause i might be gettin a '88 3 door turbo
 

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Yea i have my own shop in Newington. we do leather interiors, heated seats, sunroofs, rear spoilers and a lot of other stuff. most of our work is for new cars dealers. as for the spg kit i still have to bevel the rear door so that i can open the door and fill the spaces between the kit and the door.
 

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you got your work cut out for you... literally

how are you going to get it to fit proper like, cut and fiberglass?
 

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DeLorean said:
you got your work cut out for you... literally

how are you going to get it to fit proper like, cut and fiberglass?
I hope something along those lines cause right now I can't even image how those doors open..... and what hangs out and off.... can't wait to see a finished result tho - should look bad ass no doubt.
 

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yup, fiberglass work and we got some really cool stuff a the shop. its like this foam stuff the expands 10:1. it is very sandable and this is what is going to be used for filling in gaps.
 
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