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Hi Aaron

I'm glad this got bumped recently as it is lovely and I missed it first time around!

My immediate thought to your reservations about the front bumper was - why not lose it completely and smooth out the front just as you've done at the rear?

Either way it looks great.

-Don. 

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Actually, the front bumper isn't glued on, it's just set in place and actually sits there on it's own. It does look a ton better without, and that's how I displayed it at first. But I would have to do something with the mounting holes. Was thinking about some bullets like you would see on a Cadillac, or something similar......

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Actually, the front bumper isn't glued on, it's just set in place and actually sits there on it's own. It does look a ton better without, and that's how I displayed it at first. But I would have to do something with the mounting holes. Was thinking about some bullets like you would see on a Cadillac, or something similar......

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