Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Near Idyllwild, California
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All Is not lost, I have a bumper to replace the modded one, so even though I admit that the car is modded, one bump removed, it can be put back to stock. Although I did have to cut the fenders for the VDI doors, but have the replacements for those to. Did not cut the metal of the hood to do the install, even though VDI wanted to. Marvic saved me that nightmare
I have a giant sticker on my car, so does the size make it faster?
Also Robo, you know I say it jokingly, mostly for the other half.
when you cut metal on a car, it can not be put back to original, with out someone knowing. On all the Crowns I restored, they were stripped to bare metal, walnut shelled, then powder coated a statin black. I knew every flaw in the car. True collectors, look for this type of damage to a car. Not saying these are collectables, just my background with classic cars. I hated finding 55-58 Chevys 55-56 Fords with the floorboard cut out for a floor shift, frames cut, dashes cut for late mode radios. Those were used for street driving cars.
Last edited by skersfan; 11-01-2015 at 12:01 AM.