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    Think of it as a 10 year project and you'll be fine. That's what I tell anyone who asks me when mine is going to be finished! (Of course we all know the real answer is "never".)
    Norbie!

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      A project is finished when nothing has broken, or been modified, between registration renewals.

      So never.

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        Little bit more work done, we have added emergency pull release tabs on both the fuel flap and hatch just in case the cable ever breaks.

        We also got the Vintage Air unit so we can start to finish of the AC Unit.

        Have also been speaking with Link ECU over in NZ and got myself a Link G4 + Fury. Amazing product!

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          Genuine Chrome Strips have arrived Lucky I still have the joiner pieces.

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            Bracket made up for the Vintage Air electric heater tap, looks right at home in the engine bay. Also picked up a Track My Ride unit off my good mate Craig.

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                Shiny
                Previously known as Lobster, Chuss's brother's anus, Chuss's brother, Lobsook, Lobstersock, Socks, Sockz, MissAmericaImportGirl, ClutchCLobster, Clock Lobster

                CJM 4 Life yo!

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                  Damn this is a killer project. Love your work, bloke.

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                    It has been a very long wait but the brand new door and rear quarter glass has arrived! Quality so far looks great, should hopefully be able to test fit it over the weekend and make sure it works and fits properly.

                    Once we know it works we can start to look at making more of these based off interest, I can also then look at potential tint options for those wanting GT spec glass etc.

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                      Test Fit of the glass over the weekend! Everything fits really nicely and works well with the brand new seals. The only seals we did't fit were the felt and rubber door window seals as we need the trim cards finished off for this.

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                        Awesome, looks good as new! I doubt any RA28 has looked this fresh since 1977.
                        Norbie!

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                          I doubt any RA28 ever looked that fresh!

                          Mint!

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                            Pretty awesome
                            Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
                            "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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                              +1 minty freshness well done man.
                              www.holditflat.com

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                                Best Celica. All of the applause

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