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Discussion in 'Members Vehicles/Projects' started by johnsonca9, Sep 7, 2018.

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  1. dieseldog69

    dieseldog69 Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Well done that man and I love that interior, very nice.
     
  2. Mat.123

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    Love the interior, given me a few ideas for what I'd like to do to mine now.
     
  3. sidewayspete

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    top job mate - and mrs helping too!! u r lucky. did you spray the body yourself? good to see it done thoroughly from the inside out. hope u have thousands of happy miles touring in it. nice colour choice too. not sure about the bullbar but i guess u dont have too many roos to hit over there. i personally only fit ones that protect the headlights and alll too, but at least yours has a forward profile. the modern safety nonsense enforcing swept back bullbars that are just an inch away from the body are pathetic. one slight hit and your body is dented too.
     
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    Bobsticle De Villes Advocaat

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    Great work. Looking good.
     
  5. Thommo1

    Thommo1 Well-Known Member

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    Great work and post.

    70MPH in a TDI? Next job sort the speedo so it's accurate? :D
     
  6. Frenchdame

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    Just to agree with everyone else - a wonderful job and a great family effort all round. Thanks for sharing
     
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    Superb job...thanks for sharing...
    Rob...
     
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