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    Carbon Fiber Gallardo and Superleggera OEM remake panels/business for sale

    Hello to anyone interested...

    I have been doing business on the side out of my garage making carbon fiber engine bay panels for the gallardo coupe and gallardo superleggera that has been very profitable and a great pleasure! Fortunately for me an aftermarket company has taken a liking to my composite techniques and has given me a job offer that I just can't refuse... Fortunately for you, I won't have any time on the side to be doing these panels any more, so here I am offering the opportunity to you!



    All molds were taken off of OEM Lamborghini panels and the fitment is exact... these panels are exact replacements

    What I am offering is the following:

    MOLDS:
    2004-08 Gallardo Coupe and Superleggera Engine Bay Firewall MOLD (fits both models)
    2004-07 Gallardo Coupe Engine Bay Right Side MOLD
    2004-07 Gallardo Coupe Engine Bay Left Side MOLD
    2004-07 Gallardo Coupe Engine Bay Exhaust Cover MOLD
    2008 Gallardo Superleggera Engine Bay Right Side MOLD
    2008 Gallardo Superleggera Engine Bay Left Side MOLD

    PANELS:
    I am not entirely certain how many panels I have laying around in storage... I'll check and get a more accurate figure for you.
    The panels are raw, untrimmed, and in need of clear coat.
    Guessing...
    3) Coupe Firewall Panels
    2) Coupe Right Side Panels
    2) Coupe Left Side Panels
    1) Superleggera Right Side Panel
    1) Superleggera Left Side Panel

    TOOLS:
    1) Fresh Serviced Dual Pump GAST vacuum pump (110v)
    1) Partial Roll Air-Tech Stretch-Lon 200 vacuum bagging film
    2-4) Rolls of chromate vacuum bagging tape
    Vacuum Infusion feed line
    Vacuum Infusion line clamps
    Vacuum Infusion spiral tubing
    Vacuum Infusion flow media (green)
    Vacuum Breather Blanket
    Vacuum bagging perforated film
    1) Roll Armelon ply coating
    1) Partial Roll 2x2 3k carbon fiber
    1) Partial Gallon automotive Urethane Clear Coat

    Basically, I think I have two sets of carbon Gallardo Coupe engine bay trim (less the exhaust cover) and one full set of Superleggera trim.

    There are panel included that you can finish up and sell to get yourself started, plus tools and product to start making sets of panels for resale right away! If you look at the prices these panels go for, you'll understand that there is money to be made with these molds, I made great money on the side. You can usually sell a Gallardo Trim Set for anywhere between $1,500-$2,200 competitively no problem.


    I'm not sure what it is all worth, there is a lot invested and it comes with panels that you can realistically trim, clear, and sell to make your investment back.



    Just make an offer... seriously, if it sounds good, then we'll move forward.


    Location: Southern California.
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    I went to storage to pull out all of the pieces so now I have an accurate count...

    (2) Firewall Panels (fits both Coupe Gallardo and Superleggera)
    (2) Right Side Panels (Coupe only)
    (2) Left Side Panels (Coupe only)
    (1) Small Right Side Panel (Superleggera only)
    (1) Small Left Side Panel (Superleggera only)

    **NOTE**
    I washed the dust off of these panels as they were in storage, there was still some water on them at the time of the pictures... sorry.
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    Pictures of the panels
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    Molds:
    Firewall (Coupe and Superleggera)
    Right Side (Coupe only)
    Left Side (Coupe only)
    Exhaust Cover (Coupe only)

    **NOTE**
    Again, there is water on the molds from me washing them just before the pictures
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    Superleggera Side Panel Molds:

    *Again, disregard the water still on the molds, sorry*
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    Some of the Vacuum Infusion and Bagging Materials:

    Perforated Release Film
    Breather Blanket
    Chromate
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    Vacuum Infusion Spiral Feed
    Vacuum Infusion Resin Feed
    Gast Dual Vacuum Pump
    Vacuum Infusion Resin Flow Media (Green)
    Air-Tech Stretch-Lon 200 Vacuum Bag
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    A partial roll of 2x2 Twill 3k Carbon Fiber @ 50" wide (a few yards left)

    **Please disregard that small spot on the first picture, it brushed right off. The carbon if Grade AA flawless uncut strand**
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    I didn't get a picture of a couple things:

    Line Clamps (they look like welder vice grips)
    Armelon (about 36" wide, maybe 20 yards) - used as a Peel Ply Release
    Automotive Clearcoat (we all know what a gallon of clear looks like... its average stuff, not the cheapest, but not PPG)

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    <<TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES>>

    Please post here or leave me a PM... I will do what I can to insure you succeed in this venture.


    ALL PM's have been replied to.


    **Also note**
    If you are unsure of the techniques used for vacuum infusion or doubt your ability to make beautiful carbon fiber panels for strict Lamborghini owners... have no fear, I'll walk you through the process, you'll do fine.
    Last edited by ActiveLife; 01-09-2012 at 09:37 PM.

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