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Old 10-02-2012, 09:17 AM
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That is all sorts of sexy going on right there! Thanks for posting that Clill!!

Talk about a space management! The underside of the car as well, looks like he maximized the size of the tank where it could be or is that an illusion? It looks wider than normal clipped corner tanks for sure. If so I would assume it was to up the volume capacity for some events?
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:30 AM
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Mark is too rummy to remember to post. You have to keep in mind that he is also working a full time job.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:42 AM
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That crossed my mind too.

Ya know, I have enough space on my bookshelf for another Stielow book some time. I'd like to see more back story on the earlier cars to see what has brought us here.
Having said that, has there been any talk of a "Prequel compilation" or am I being naive? Was there ever a collection of the earlier magazine articles ever available that I am unaware of? Google did not find one for me .
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:53 AM
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The bottom might drop out of the market for rear seats for pro-touring cars.

Absolutely, told Mark I love what he did here. Looks very cool.
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To Mark, or anyone else who knows...

How are these panels finished? I cannot tell from the picture if this is powder coated metal, or some kind of thin vinyl, or other other material? Hopefully these will come at some point, but I would love to see some more pictures of how these pieces were forms/attached/connected to prevent gaps/etc.

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Really looking forward to seeing this car @ SEMA & on the track!

What tires you running Mark?
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Amazing work on the car. The interior looks great.
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We are going to break it in this weekend and take it to Gingerman for a shake down Oct 13 - 14.

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Dang! If my buddy wasn't getting married that weekend I'd be cruising up to Gingerman to watch. I guess I will have to see it at SEMA!
I can't wait to see all this awesomeness!
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The bottom might drop out of the market for rear seats for pro-touring cars.

The back seat looks awesome. It's a really nice custom touch. The stock quarter and door panels look out of place now.
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