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before;

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during;

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Closer to done;

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Stunning. When I saw the post title i did think I was going to see a mounted snow plough though. At this time of year it's as much as I can do to service mine. Well done

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Looks brilliant. all credit to you on a very professional looking build.

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Has it been painted or wrapped?  Whichever, it looks really nice 👍  

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It's a wrap. And much to my pleasure and surprise fender (wings) GRP (fiberglass) color (colour) is a superb match. So those parts did not need wrapping. Good thing we both speak English :)

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Very nice, I have stainless steel panels and starting to look poor due to wear and tear I would be tempted to get the car wrapped if the finish was this good. 

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My first try at wrap. Sides and rear panel are easy once you remove everything attached. Front suspension and steering was a pain to remove but doable. Will let you know how the bonnet goes once I make a blister to cover the VVT assembly sticking through right now. If I can do it anyone can, with a bit of patience.😁

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Looks great!  I wrapped my sides and rear panel.  As you say, it's straight forward enough, I did my 3A with the wheels etc still in place.

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Great Job, very pro, Amazing!

 Dave.

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Moog6 - great minds think differently 😂

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