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Old 01-16-2014, 06:27 AM
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Few more pics..I picked up this felt for floor and rear dash area. Close to what my 1:1 had even for color. And how about a couple of wake boards for the roof ? Ha.
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Just caught this one! Great project-coming along really well. Subscribed!
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If you are planning a roof rack it could go up top? or maybe cram some into a hollowed out seat that goes into Willy's back?
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Old 01-16-2014, 12:11 PM
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Thanks you guys...FLB, love your builds..get us some updates..same for you 8ball...thanka again for the intrest and veiws..much appreciated.
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You could take the esc and rx out of their cases and shrink wrap them, thatll make them smaller.
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You could take the esc and rx out of their cases and shrink wrap them, thatll make them smaller.
Hey...i'll look into doing that...great idea UKAndy...thanks man...i even have access to a shrink wrapper.....
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The makings of the rear seat..MR. Willy approves, I think.."gulp"..he's a hard guy to impress no doubt..ha
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whoohoo - carpet & everything! lookin good 2B!

I am sure you will figure out the fitting of the electronics with no problem!
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Looks great, good job!
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I have one of the front seats started . Lots of work left to do on them. Here ya go though.
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Old 01-17-2014, 06:35 AM
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I have some black super soft material I'm thinking about making the seat covers for. I will paint the seat black before applying. here is the Idea though. I think it will look the part and match the felt I have picked for the carpet. Any comments ? Will it look dorky ? Once all the details like door panels and etc is added, I hope it will all pull together and keep the eye roaming and not focusing on just one thing. The flash from the camera really made it look bad.
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Looking fantastic 2b! Love the ideas and small details.

If I may ask, are the seats made of a high density foam?

Really looking forward to seeing what's next!
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Looking fantastic 2b! Love the ideas and small details.

If I may ask, are the seats made of a high density foam?

Really looking forward to seeing what's next!
They are. 1/2 pink foam, easy to carve and sand. And they don't weigh much is another bonus. Thank you for the compliment MrRc.
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Whoa... I totally missed this thread. I love what you did with all the thread cutting... Doors, hood, panels, oh my! And the way you hinged those doors using the original hinge material... Very cool.

I'll be watching closely as you keep on going...
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Whoa... I totally missed this thread. I love what you did with all the thread cutting... Doors, hood, panels, oh my! And the way you hinged those doors using the original hinge material... Very cool.

I'll be watching closely as you keep on going...
Thanks Honger....it was a new method i just had to try. Looking like i will have time tomarrow to really make some head way.
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