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    A tad of Fiberglassing in a SVT contour

    Started with this







    Now its this






    The silver bezel is removable. Just needs final paint

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    that looks really good, at first i thought it was vinyl not black paint. nice first post, welcome to the forum.
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    Thanks, im relocating the Hvac's to the center counsel but only have the test fit pics right now

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    man how do you guys get the corners so nice like that.

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    Heres the car

    SVT Contour #5480

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    how do you get the wiring to the controlls?

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    I've always dug the those SVT's.... not bad cars.

    The install should look pretty slick. Where are you going to mount the internals?

    Keep us updated!

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    damn... good job!
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