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Old 9th March 2007, 19:50   #31
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nice job dude. Car's looking hot!!
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Old 10th March 2007, 21:15   #32
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@Benbsb - It came close to 10k which includes
  • fixing the dents\scratches and repainting the whole front and rear bumper
  • fixing the rusted ends on all 4 fenders and repainting
  • the fibre work on the rear bumper (over the rear muffler)
  • refixing the exhaust (from the header end) - had to weld in new clamps and rings
  • and of course - the front skirts and painting
You better get a JCB
Only 10k???????

Can you pls give me the contact no.of that person.

Will not those skirts a headache in our road (Speed breakers, uneven surfaces, diverting traffic to uneven bumpy roads) i.e will not the skirts get hit with the surface of uneven roads often
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good work out there ......
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Old 11th March 2007, 13:07   #34
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Can you pls give me the contact no.of that person.
Ravi - 9884409998

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Will not those skirts a headache in our road (Speed breakers, uneven surfaces, diverting traffic to uneven bumpy roads) i.e will not the skirts get hit with the surface of uneven roads often
Not always, But you need to be a little extra carefull over the dips than usual. It will lower the front by slightly more than an inch..
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Old 17th July 2007, 08:29   #35
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hey 16v100bhp stripe looks like a Viper SRT color combo is good. A simple and a superb job........
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Old 20th August 2007, 20:00   #36
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Looks great... congrats man

where in Delhi can somone get such a job done. Dont wanna spend a lot on something which i'm not sure would last for how long. Anyone knows any contact in Delhi who does such a job at the above mentioned kinda prices
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Old 21st August 2007, 07:26   #37
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Question Nice work - looks professional...

Hi 16v100, that's really nice work, & that too at that price ! I always assumed 'bodywork' was expensive. Now that you've been running the new skirt for a few months, any bit of advice for somebody like me, who's thinking of contacting them ? I'd like to have stuff like that done to my car too. Do they handle other bodywork stuff - I'm also thinking of slightly flaring my wheel arches
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