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Discussion Starter · #62 ·
A little dirty for the time it spent getting parts fitted and perfected.

Its off to home and now to work on the new brake and fuel lines.



Already home.



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Here are some pics of the
SF OEM style front bumper
SF OEM style front fenders

Fitted and bolted on the car.

Its missing the rubber that goes inbetween the hood and the bumper other than that







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Today we made some good progress, early morning the supras mechanic went home and went to town on it







After taking half the car apart, he left it at about 40% done and will continue to work on it tomorrow and sometime during the week.


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Another day and more work going into the lines




Everything will be power washed and the bushings and other things replaced.

Will continue on tuesday....

Thanks for loooking


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The work continued today

This thing was powerwashed, mind you it was brown before the water


Did a little something with the gas tank too, heres a before and after



Some of the things being used and being done in order to make it as aesthetic as possible.







Work continues, will update a little more later


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Discussion Starter · #68 ·
I'm liking this!
Thanks buddy

Heres a pic of the car in its "JackStands Life" pose



The fuel lines were finished, now on to finishing the brake lines and then just a stone throws away to paint.


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Nice refresh. Just went to the body shop today to check out the glass work they're doing on one of my cars. It takes a long time to line everything up and think about how parts will move as the chassis moves. Super clean lines on your kit, looks great.
 
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Nice refresh. Just went to the body shop today to check out the glass work they're doing on one of my cars. It takes a long time to line everything up and think about how parts will move as the chassis moves. Super clean lines on your kit, looks great.
Thanks, Appreciate it.

After all the work is done, I'm having them take some product pics so people can see the final result and the quality of the work.

As I tell everyone, I wouldn't sell anything I wouldn't rock myself


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Welp as we are almost finishing the mechanic tells me qhat Do I want to do with the lines and says we should have bought this before we started ao we could button it up right away.

So now I had to order the Radium Fuel retainers for the mk4 supra



This will postpone paint for about a week or two.

Lets just keep moving forward!
 

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Today we continue working on the brake lines in order to finish and put everything back together







Still working on this thing, hopefully we can finish it off today and put up the differential cradle and the rest of the things


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The job itself appears to be finished.

Turned on the car there were a few little leaks that were quickly corrected.

Checked the brake lines and it was a superb job.

Heres the job at 97% before the radium brackets which should be on the way.




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