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Thread: Want to do a 2017 Acura NSX GT3 replica

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    Want to do a 2017 Acura NSX GT3 replica

    I've been day dreaming about the Acura NSX GT3 it look badass. The donor car that I'm planning to do it on is my 1995 Acura Integra GS-R 2-door. I know the wheelbase will be off by 3 inches. I have another car that I drive around town which is my 1990 Acura Integra LS 4-door. So what you guy's think. Should I go for it?


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    Yes! Definitely

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    I am a dreamer, and I support this message. ::Thumbs Up::
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    See if you can rent it then make molds off the body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArashB View Post
    See if you can rent it then make molds off the body.
    If I rent out a Acura NSX they won't have the Acura NSX GT3 also I don't have room to make molds off the car.

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    how much have you set aside for a budget on the build ..donor is a good starting base ,low budget would be a one of just for your build, mid level sell 3 or 4 then it,s cost effective to make molds, which end do you think you should start on the front or rear end ,cost of oem lights for front and rear ....if it were me i would start with the rear clip and side skirts.

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    In the USA if you pay a company / person to start a plug, then it,s your plug and work ,it is not theirs to sell or trade !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ITALIANKNIGHTRIDER View Post
    how much have you set aside for a budget on the build ..donor is a good starting base ,low budget would be a one of just for your build, mid level sell 3 or 4 then it,s cost effective to make molds, which end do you think you should start on the front or rear end ,cost of oem lights for front and rear ....if it were me i would start with the rear clip and side skirts.

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    Your pictures doesn't work maybe you should try facebook for your pictures hosting. I built body kits for my friend car and for myself as well. So my experience is there. I have a big roll of fiberglass in my garage that my brother no longer used. I was thinking of buy OEM lights but I can't find them on eBay so I was thinking of making them instead. I know that OEM lights if bought from the dealership would be a hefty price tag.

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