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  1. #41
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    I have made a lot of progress. I have completely installed a brand new interior. Fitting 06 seats in a 67 stang is not easy lol. First, I was able to install a center console, back seats and front seats for less than $200. I purchased a damaged a 2013 camaro hood off ebay for $45. I then cut out the center and rivited and used body panel adhesive to mold it down. I love the way the new camaro hoods look, very modest cowl, while keeping the original integrity of the car. It is more rounded then some very boxy cowls you find. I have also made a ton of progress on the front shelby nose. I am ready for paint now. I just need a grill...

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    I think we need more pics.

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    yeah.........moar pics

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    I'm very interested in how your hood turns out. The Camaro hood is a nice choice. I'm about to do a hood on my car and work with some fiberglass. I hope my FG nose isn't as much of a basket case as your eBay one.

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    This is what the nose looks like on the car. The trick was to be able to make it look like a hood was extended out by making that center piece.
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    Some requested hood pictures. The middle is just the remains of the hood lol
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    Paitned progress pics. What do you all think?
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    Very Nice......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mach1_Ron View Post
    Very Nice......
    Thanks man!

    These are some side by side comparisons of the standard mustang look vs the shelby nose
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    I have tried to upload pictures but everything uploads upside down, even if I change the orientation in my photos. So I wish I could get more feedback but all my photos are junk. So please let me know, I would love some opinions!
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    But these are some images of it. Just got my grille, black abs honeycomb shaped.
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    I do need headlight doors as you can see. Suggestions on what to do next?

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    I think I fixed the photo issue...
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    Just a heads up, my hood line is even, but the lights make it look super curvy and uneven lol

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    Looks pretty good. If it was me I'd have brought the upper corners in more. I think that would make the upper edge look less flat and more convex when looking straight on. Just my opinion but it still looks good regardless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69stang View Post
    Looks pretty good. If it was me I'd have brought the upper corners in more. I think that would make the upper edge look less flat and more convex when looking straight on. Just my opinion but it still looks good regardless.

    You mean on the hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatorange67 View Post
    You mean on the hood?
    The grille opening
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    How is your FG nose turning out?

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    I didn't know you had moved it over. The glass parts look great. Your hood idea with cowl is slick. I think the rear of the car needs to come down a touch. I really love a wide body look in back but I'm not a fan of flares. For me it's the whole quarter getting "pillowed" from the door to the bumper or nothing at all. I don't know if they exist. Making them is a huge undertaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelo View Post
    I didn't know you had moved it over. The glass parts look great. Your hood idea with cowl is slick. I think the rear of the car needs to come down a touch. I really love a wide body look in back but I'm not a fan of flares. For me it's the whole quarter getting "pillowed" from the door to the bumper or nothing at all. I don't know if they exist. Making them is a huge undertaking.
    Thanks a lot for the feedback! I really appreciate it! I want to build another rear diffuser but use fiberglass instead. I am glad you said to lower the rear bc that is something that has always bothered me about it. I would love to expand the whole rear end quarter from the door back but it worries me about amount of work

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