Been almost a year!

Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by ZYAL8R, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. tom3

    tom3 Veteran Member

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    The more I look at that roadster the more I like it. It's just right!
     
  2. ZYAL8R

    ZYAL8R Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Thanks man, Hows yours coming along?
     
  3. BLUE72CAMARO

    BLUE72CAMARO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Mine hasn't seen any work in close to a decade now... It occupies the garage next to the daily driver.

    In all reality I am hoping to get back to work on it possibly next year. I have finally just about got my shop setup and should be able to actually start doing work on things besides my buildings soon.
     
  4. 71RSLS

    71RSLS Veteran Member

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    Very nice Camaro! The new interior is really nice. I may go this route on my 71. All my panel pieces are bad and going the 78-81 panel route would save me some coin. Is that a carbon fiber veneer on the tail light panel? It looks nice.
     
  5. ZYAL8R

    ZYAL8R Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Carbon fiber vinyl
     
  6. Todd80Z28

    Todd80Z28 Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Is this the 3M Di-Noc vinyl that you can get on Amazon? How does one go about attaching that? Spray adhesive and a heat gun?
     
  7. ZYAL8R

    ZYAL8R Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I buy it on eBay. It is self adhesive and yes you have to use a heat gun and a lot of patience to do it.
     
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  8. dave@ztech

    dave@ztech Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I love the look of the carbon fiber as well,and the whole car, I am just curious , I also wanted to hit the same areas, however , everyone said what about the rest of the trim, are you going to do it, the window, door trim, etc
    I see yours is still chrome, are you going to do those areas as well, or leave them alone? Or because of the method, is it not possible?
    Thanks
     
  9. ZYAL8R

    ZYAL8R Veteran Member Gold Member

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    It’s possible but I’m going to leave mine as is. Just the right amount of black and chrome for me.
     
  10. dave@ztech

    dave@ztech Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    OK, great, I was thinking that there is no real reason to black out everything either ,
    Thanks
     

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