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    lambojayso
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  • lambojayso
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    Thanks AB.

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  • AdrianBurton
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    Bruh, that whole front clip is on point!!!

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  • Paul S
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  • Paul S
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    Originally posted by lambojayso View Post
    Thanks, but that's an original.
    Oh, well that explains it then.....Thanks.

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    Originally posted by Paul S View Post
    Greetings LamboJayso.....I love your builds and skills and can really appreciate the progress you've made so far, but I have question to ask and hope you can help me out.....In the above video, that car sounds real sweeeet....I mean really and truly......Can you tell me what drivetrain and exhaust system set up it has?

    Thanks.
    Thanks, but that's an original.

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  • G35Mike
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    Originally posted by LP640 View Post
    cars like this and murcimes have so many original parts and well done craftmanship even if parked next to the real one you wont tell a difference. Mikes car unless he told you was fiero based you would have no way of knowing. its THAT close.
    I meant no disrespect truly. It looks spot on to me as well. Perhaps I assumed that no matter how close a replica was, that to someone who was either a car guy or someone who owned one, they might be able to spot the differences is all.

    Maybe I'm wrong. Either way, I certainly wouldn't mind driving around in a replica that looked as good as his is turning out to be.

    Mad respect.

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  • LP640
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  • LP640
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    Originally posted by G35Mike View Post
    That looks really nice.

    The windshield look's like works really well.

    Don't think anyone would notice the difference unless you parked right next to the real thing.

    Well done. sir.

    Keep the pics coming.
    cars like this and murcimes have so many original parts and well done craftmanship even if parked next to the real one you wont tell a difference. Mikes car unless he told you was fiero based you would have no way of knowing. its THAT close.

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    That looks really nice.

    The windshield look's like works really well.

    Don't think anyone would notice the difference unless you parked right next to the real thing.

    Well done. sir.

    Keep the pics coming.

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  • Paul S
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  • Paul S
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    Originally posted by lambojayso View Post
    Greetings LamboJayso.....I love your builds and skills and can really appreciate the progress you've made so far, but I have question to ask and hope you can help me out.....In the above video, that car sounds real sweeeet....I mean really and truly......Can you tell me what drivetrain and exhaust system set up it has?

    Thanks.

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  • lambojayso
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  • lambojayso
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    Nissan Altima, the Maxima was too wide. Thanks

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  • LP640
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  • LP640
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    Is that a maxima windshield? looking good

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  • lambojayso
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  • lambojayso
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    Foreigncarkits, we say tough to compliment something nice here in NJ too. Let me find out Australia up on their slang. Thanks

    Havemurci, yes, it dried to a satin sheen. The black primer illuminates all the blemishes in the material.

    Bangsters, thanks.

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  • bangsters
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    Originally posted by lambojayso View Post
    No clue what you're talking about bangsters.
    Meant the fiberglass surround on the windshield. Now its primed it looks a lot better

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  • Havemurci
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  • Havemurci
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    Yeah, it does. Is that matte black a primer?

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  • Foreigncarkits
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  • Foreigncarkits
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    that looks tough!

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  • lambojayso
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  • lambojayso
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    Front clip is complete. Moving on to the doors and door jambs next. Thx again to K9 & Chris.





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