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Old 5th April 2006, 22:47   #286
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Awesome dude...what a way to work on such an old car and still make it a show stopper..

Excellent work dude, totally paid off for all the money, pain and the work that went into it
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The car just stands out..amazing job, good detailing n gud tints too.Take care of her and fix the badges n the ORVM...SEATBELTS TOO.
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Ok i know the title can be a 'little' misleading but my car went in for a de-mucking yesterday........

Here's a coupla shots.......




Notice the window and rear hatch tint!!!

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i really haven't read this thread at all but its mid night and i woke up for some emergency work and i seen pics in this threads. it seemslike its thread about remaking of some 800 car owned by some gal ! i will read it tomorrow and post again. hell i did not even read the title i just clicked it because its long !!!!! trust me !

looks like good 800. ok going back to sleep !! ZZZzzz..
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Old 6th April 2006, 11:41   #290
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That is one awesome looking car dude..

So, what is the OTR price? around 1.25 Lacs?

1.25 lacs for all the work, but the end result.. priceless!!

Just out of curiosity.. how does insurance work for a re-modelled/re-built car?
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Hey Edmund, looking at the first pic of her being "bathed", I couldn't help but think that the front grill needs to be painted. It looks a bit faded compared to the rest of the body.
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Just needs a bit of polishing, I think. Or painting in matt black.
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The grille is brand new and is MGP, keeping the colour as is, cuz by it being a different colour it accentuates the front of the car!
At least i seem to think so!!!
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The twin shade on the grille was always present for this model 800
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ED boy - you da man !!!!
Awesome !!! i am short of words to express what i feel ...

Just so inspiring ( our '86 M800 - waiting ) ....


@ dippy - best thing you moved it to Collection of best threads
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Hey Eddy,
Like I said the car looks much better in flesh. The colour is damn good.
Set of mud flaps, side view mirror & then it will be even better.

Nice jobs with seat too, although I had some problems getting in but once in they are very comfy
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Ahh...wish I could stay around longer yesterday to see your car Edmund..Would love to see it!
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Hey Eddy,
Like I said the car looks much better in flesh. The colour is damn good.
Set of mud flaps, side view mirror & then it will be even better.

Nice jobs with seat too, although I had some problems getting in but once in they are very comfy
Hey...... all coming soon......

Your struggle with getting in was quite funny.....
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Ahh...wish I could stay around longer yesterday to see your car Edmund..Would love to see it!
You should've stayed back....... it was a small meet we had some coffee and then we split!
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