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2011 shelby GT500 "time attack" finished! 7.16.13

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Looks great for your first time with Alclad, they came out nice.

Mustangs are my favorite car (been through 2) so I've been watching you updates with interest. The build looks to be coming along pretty well. I like the work you've shown.

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Your engine harness detailing as well as all of the engine bay detailing looks excellent. Keep up the great work!

Scott

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New update chassis completed and detailed

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thanks for looking and questions or comments welcome

jason

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Love those flares, and the chassis is looking great.

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VERY VERY nice work. Likin' this!

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VERY VERY nice work. Likin' this!

Thanks Chris for your comments. And I know how you feel mustangs are one of my favorite cars as well. I own two 1:1's at the moment.

Jason

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Great body work man. Keep up the good work.

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Chassis is incredible as well as the wiring in the engine.

Is all of the chassis painted or is there more going on? (wires, decals, etc) I'm always trying to figure out how to make the undercarriage look less boring. You nailed it.

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Wicked! Great sytling choices. I love it.

Where did you source the wheels/tires?

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Chassis is incredible as well as the wiring in the engine.

Is all of the chassis painted or is there more going on? (wires, decals, etc) I'm always trying to figure out how to make the undercarriage look less boring. You nailed it.

Matt, other than the brakes and wheels its done. Im not goin too crazy on this one :-) thanks for you comment!

Jason

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Wicked! Great sytling choices. I love it.

Where did you source the wheels/tires?

Matt T, thank you the wheels and tires are from Geronimo works and were orderd through strada sports. nice fotki album I like The Crimson Coffin of yours

Jason

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Body in primer and bodywork started

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thanks for looking and questions or comments welcome

jason

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Great work on the Stang!

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Matt, other than the brakes and wheels its done. Im not goin too crazy on this one :-) thanks for you comment!

Jason

Thanks Jason;

I was more asking what materials were involved here. Is everything we're looking at straight paint? Or have you added something else (wiring etc)

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Thanks Jason;

I was more asking what materials were involved here. Is everything we're looking at straight paint? Or have you added something else (wiring etc)

yes everything is painted the only addition is the foil on the heat Shields for the exhaust

Jason

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nice job

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Very cool job! Do you thinking in some weatering job in the undercarriage?

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Very cool job! Do you thinking in some weatering job in the undercarriage?

Cesar, ive never thought about it honestly ill keep that in mind. That 67 mustang in your photobucket has a nice mustang II type suspension is that all scratchbuilt? It looks like a nice WIP

jason

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Got some base color on and the body with the completed chassis for the last test fit. wheels are just sitting under it

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thanks for looking and questions or comments welcome

jason

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those flares are awesome!

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Looks mean, nicely done!!

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Looks good, what color did you use?

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Nice job on the flares!

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Looks good, what color did you use?

Jonathan, the color is cherry red metallic. its made by duplicolor

Jason

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This project is finished now. Here are some finished photos and this will be posted in the under glass section. This build really tested some skills with the engine harness, body mods and all the chassis mods to get the stance.

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thanks for watching! any questions or comments welcome

jason

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