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    new fiberglass door finshed .

    So how do they look ? more photos
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    Very very nice, I've got a car you can do as well it you want.
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    Looks great from the pictures!!!

    How long did it take you to make those?

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    Smile

    It took me 2 days for each door. The hard part is all wet sanding by hand before you paint them.

    bring your car over and see what we car do.
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    I've never tried wet-sanding. What are the benefits of it besides the fact that you don't get that fiberglass-cancer-causing-dust everywhere?

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    Its generally associated with superfine sandpaper, so you dont gum up the sandpaper (1000+ grit). And the doors look nice, got any befores to compare the afters to?
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    they look good but the console is wicked

    im atempting to do the same to fit my 12"lcd in there

    ive used fiberglass b4 but how on earth do ya get it to stay in shape

    i was thinking like a wire mesh frame and fiberglass onto it or something but i dont feel like wasting money playing and fiberglass is quite expensive here in australia


    cheers
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    I'd love to see what it looked like originally
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