dabuzz

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  1. Yeeeooow - haven't seen this thread since the heart transplant! Best decision you ever make - best!
  2. More goodness underway!
  3. 2.5 Manawatu mufflers reso, into AES/PAC rear, both great quality, the rears are really good at keeping noise down, will have to see though, have built exhaust in 4 parts, so can change up sections easily if needed
  4. Some big jobs are underway, sills have been repaired. rear 1/4 removed and the fabricated replacement is taking shape. Also another shit attempt by the last panel beater uncovered and had to be rectified on the A pillar/cowl area. Smaller jobs include, Fuel tank has had the dents pulled out. I discovered that while I was looking through my dash parts, (as that will be one of the first areas i will be starting to assemble), I found the heater core was blown out, and leaking. Have had a new core made, and had to locate a NOS heater tap, which I have luckily found but cant be sent to me just yet - lockdown woes.
  5. 100% will not hate on a motor swap - if i owned it id have a 13b PP rotary in it before sunset. looks like a great car, your choice of motor will have it singing
  6. that'll sell in a heart beat - so badass
  7. Exhaust nearly finished, twin 2 inch, into 2.5 resonator, over diff into AES/PAC boiler. Brief was I had to retain factory heat shields, top job!
  8. Dropped off the old money pit to choppers, instructions to build exhaust and get through repair cert, maybe skim her up if $ allow ready for paint
  9. Looks fking amazing! Top job man Enjoy the thrashing at chrome
  10. man that's mad how quickly this has progressed - well done!
  11. Going by your profile, you live in BOP though aye? thats a long way to travel for panel work, was there no one closer?
  12. Repairs looking good, i didnt even know the shed existed until very recently, and its close to home, they seem to do some great work
  13. Choppers halfway through fab on the 1/4, shaping up nicely tho. Also scored a rare asf NOS front guard! *pics out of order
  14. they say its easier to ask forgiveness than it is permission - hows that going for you and the mrs now?
  15. @Mrs Donk you bought a great car there, everything done right - any plans for it?