Thanks, I am really happy with the results. I think you will be impressed.Can't wait to see it in person! Looks excellent in the photos.
Thanks Alan!looks amazing mike, just like i knew it would.
i am interested why you chose to put the 'tar insulation pads' back? what purpose do these actually serve? as they can trap moisture (in a very bad place), ive seen lots of folks leave them off after repaint. i am sure you looked into it thoroughly, so am interested in your thoughts.
OH NO! Those are not supposed to be there! Now he will remove them and have the shell repainted...again..... this car seems to come out real great. :razz:
Nice lines, gaps and a wonderful paint job, congrats. The effort was worth it !
Found an interesting detail in the pictures. Is that a common mod to have an easy assembly of the front bumper brackets ? Never seen this before.
Thanks Gary.Hey Mike - Looking great.
Does the engine simulation help break the motor in? I haven't seen that done before..
The Shneider 2800 had the sub-frames finished in this color and I really liked it. I also have seen a couple of other original coupes and 2002s with the same colored sub-frames. I don't think there was any particular reason why they randomly chose this color or black. I think it looks very classic. Also this is the correct color for the CSI airbox.Mike,
Why the grey powder coat? Just curious. Also, did you know that Ireland Engineering now has poly subframe bushings? I had them on my last coupe and they were incredible!