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Old 05-02-2014, 07:15 PM   #81
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A pic of how well the body lines matched up
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:18 PM   #82
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I'll get the hang of this eventually. Would have gotten more done today but i found a baby Fox and that just threw me off lol
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Old 05-03-2014, 12:14 PM   #83
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Have decided on matte bright white. I think it will contrast reallt well with the black bumper grilles and the dark tinted windows
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Saw a Focus ST this weekend that was wrapped in in a flat white with black wheels/tint/etc.. Looked beast.
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So happy to have this update. The door went on flawlessly as did the fender. Its starting to look really sick.
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This is awesome. Your moving quickly to. I was thinking of your window situation for the rear. If you could run a support beam up the middle you could use a combination of the sedan glass and hatch glass. Just a thought. If it was tinted you wouldn't even be able to tell.
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This is awesome. Your moving quickly to. I was thinking of your window situation for the rear. If you could run a support beam up the middle you could use a combination of the sedan glass and hatch glass. Just a thought. If it was tinted you wouldn't even be able to tell.
I have thought A LOT about what kind of window. Only reason i can't use the hatch rear glass is I know I will have to cut it and it is tempered as soon as you try to cut, it shatteres into lots of little pieces lol.
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Waterjet. It's the absolute best way to cut glass.
Unfortunately your in BFE and this is the closest I can find --> http://www.thomasnet.com/profile/306...1&cid=30673353
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Waterjet. It's the absolute best way to cut glass.
Unfortunately your in BFE and this is the closest I can find --> http://www.thomasnet.com/profile/306...1&cid=30673353
I never thought about water jet. In gonna call in a bit and see if they can cut tempered glad. Thanks
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I called water jet in Louisville ky and they can't touch tempered glass
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