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Old 19-12-2017, 10:57 AM
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looking good daz,

i did the same thing on my cowl panel when i had it off for wiper repairs

it is the little things that make a difference between a "nice" build and a "detailed" build
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Old 22-12-2017, 01:29 AM
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Cold air is good air. Nearly there Darren. The door jamb vents make a big difference IMO.
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Cold air is good air. Nearly there Darren. The door jamb vents make a big difference IMO.
Thanks Lyndsay.
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Thanks Scott........I think😀
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Talking Update

Installed the transmission cooler last night (sorry about the crappy photos). Been putting this job off for ages, but finally got it done.

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Windscreen and rear glass is organised to be fitted next week. Then interior install, then skids.

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Windscreen Time

So, I sent the car off on Friday to get front windscreen fitted.

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Turns out the glass had a scratch in it and when they were attempting to polish it out, it cracked. Just my luck. Now waiting on new glass to arrive.

Anyhow, I thought I'd take the time over the weekend to clean and polish the chrome window surrounds. This involved removing the anodising (oven cleaner) then using different grades of wet and dry before polishing and a final clear coat. Took a bit of time and effort but they turned out OK.

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Big should out to Dean and Mason from Bridgens Restorations at Lawnton in Brissy for helping out with the task. Can't wait to see what it looks like now with new glass and shiny window surrounds.

Next, it's on to fitting the interior.

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Wow towy just to fit a windscreen ? Be cheaper for the guys to fit it at your house.
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