I'm glad you posted more Pics. After seeing the first one (in your original post), I had to go look at his build thread - as posted by @darwoodious. There really aren't a lot of pics in that thread, so the more the better.I hope he doesn’t get upset , I didn’t want to post to much as it’s not my x but motherF I just love it. Wish I could have found him yesterday to bs and heard this thing start up. Here is what I took of it, it’s just sooo sexy !! Not to mention this dude has some major talent, the work was just flawless .
Is it the shorty bumper vs full length that you are referring to, or the actual profile/shape of them? Personally I prefer the slim, tucked and clean Camaro ones over the original early ones.I'd have to install original style early bumpers. Can't quite love the old American car bumper style.
I don't think so. I believe they are the bucking jackass that Ricardo made.And oh boy, are those Ferrari logos I see?
Oh man I wanted to even just hear that baby!! If I hadn't have to get going I would’ve pulled out a lawn chair and waited for you...lol. Your work is just amazing , thank you for not being upset with me posting this but a guy just does not see this every dayWow, thanks for all the compliments!
I was about 50' away. One of the guys I wans eating with saw your taking pictures.
Fell free to pm me if you want to get in touch. I love b.s. and talk cars.
P.S. it is a lot more fun to ride and drive than look at.
to each is their own really I will say. I am honestly all about original everything if where possible. This x is truly amazing in person Even the paint and body work were superb ,unlike nearly 90% of repaints I’ve seen look horrible.Not sure all the modifications are to my taste, but they are wonderfully done.
No not Ferrari logos "Donkey". I should send out a special thanks to Ricardo I did borrow/steal his logo. I had a friend of mine print them on some vinyl and then I stuck them on the stock Fiat badges.I'd have to install original style early bumpers. Can't quite love the old American car bumper style. Love the Daytonas and the engine transplant. Not quite feeling the tail light treatment. Hard to tell exactly what he did there.
Love the car though, looks like it'd be a riot. And oh boy, are those Ferrari logos I see?
Mission accomplished, and then some! I think the Camaro bumpers look even better than the old-style blades+blocks. I couldn't tell from the build thread: how do you mount those bumpers? Maybe collapse the stock bumper shocks and bolt to them using some kind of fabricated mount on the bumper itself?the modifications I've done on this I've tried to make look like they would be done by Bertone If they weren't loaded by the DOT of their era. And production requirements.