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Old 06-20-2014, 12:43 PM
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just got the 60 back today. I'm quite happy with the results...Exotic Bodies by Jim in Wheat Ridge did the work.
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After. The exposure is a little goofy. it doesn't look that light in real life. He trimmed the quarters and kept the OEM body lines. looks really good IMHO.

Oh...and now that the Tacoma is all fixed, I'll do a write up.
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After. The exposure is a little goofy. it doesn't look that light in real life. He trimmed the quarters and kept the OEM body lines. looks really good IMHO.
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Oh...and now that the Tacoma is all fixed, I'll do a write up.
Anxious to hear how that turned out!
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That looks terrific Shawn! did you have them paint the whole thing? You know, since they were mixing paint anyway.

What's the plan for the quarter sliders, ala Crash?
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Old 06-21-2014, 07:37 AM
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What's the plan for the quarter sliders, ala Crash?
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What's the plan for the quarter sliders, ala Crash?
something like this. (Pics courtesy of Crash (and Bart)) I like the mini-slider idea for alot of reasons, mostly for the 'kickout' protection and to add a step to the roof.
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Old 06-22-2014, 12:28 AM
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good work, Shawn. I am looking forward to owning that 60 in a few more years, once you get your 200.
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mmm....built 200 series....oh wait, not yet. I'd love to see what you could do with my 60...someday....someday.

I'm bringing the 60 to the meeting if anyone wants to check out the body work.
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