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    stainless mufflers 3 1/2 straight throughs so should give a nice bark'


    billet steering wheel and the leather tan wrap will match the rest of the interior.

    and just for something differant,wood cone speakers should look great against the tan colour.

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    Awesome car mate !

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    Wow , this is a great build, nice attention to detail, when you you plan to have it finished, it doesn't look that far off.

    Keep up the good work.

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    looks like you get the same amount of shine on your nails as on your paint

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    Still about 6 months or so away from being finished as will spend a month or so at the painters and then couple months at the upholsterers cause even though it's only a ute the interior will be very unique and alot of man hours will be going into it.The better half and I have a dream to get this ute into street machine so we hope the attention to detail we are doing and looking for will get this ute over the line with them but only time will tell but if not, we have our dream ute anyway.

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    Tuff tuff car mate - enginebay is flawless! Love all the ideas and hard work you've gone to.
    Can't wait to see that reverse cowl done too.


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    rear end done except for exhaust and tray.

    wiring is so much fun,,,,not but getting there.

    dash is in and fits,

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    I completely rewired mine too, i feel your pain LOL
    I made sure i drew a wiring diagram for future reference

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    Thanks for that, yes it's a pain in the ass doing the wiring but at least it should last for ages cause it's all new.

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    Absolutely love this mate. At one point i was looking at the stock Toyota Mica metallic as it's a gorgeous colour. I saw it on a tubbed ute and it looked great. on yours, tweaked as it is, it looks even better!

    The build's certainly worthy of a magazine, though sadly it might not see SM unless you fit 22's ... and don't ever do that! Perhaps Extreme?
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    looks great, can't wait for the finished product. what colour is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HQforme View Post
    Absolutely love this mate. At one point i was looking at the stock Toyota Mica metallic as it's a gorgeous colour. I saw it on a tubbed ute and it looked great. on yours, tweaked as it is, it looks even better!

    The build's certainly worthy of a magazine, though sadly it might not see SM unless you fit 22's ... and don't ever do that! Perhaps Extreme?
    It is getting new wheels on it before we finish it but they will be 18 or 19 inch rims and the wheels that are on it will be our race wheels only but as with everything just takes time and money but thanks for the nice feed back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dadahz View Post
    looks great, can't wait for the finished product. what colour is it?
    The colour started off as toy mica red but our painter put his own little twist on it and played around with the base colour so we were very happy with the out come but it is very hard to match the paint now.

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    well a little update for those who are following this build, we started the engine 2 weeks ago and all went sweet so i will post a video up of that soon and we will start building the tray in the next couple of weeks so doing little bit by little bit.

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    This thing is insane!! Such a sweet engine bay!!

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