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Discussion in 'Modified Alpine' started by PROCRAFT, Mar 18, 2020.

  1. PROCRAFT

    PROCRAFT Gold Level Sponsor

    Well here we are IMG_20200318_100954702.jpg IMG_20200318_085557113.jpg IMG_20200318_101034818.jpg IMG_20200318_101024302.jpg
     
    Series6 and Mike Armstrong like this.
  2. MikeH

    MikeH Platinum Level Sponsor

    Like the wheels.
     
  3. NorCal

    NorCal Silver Level Sponsor

    Love it. Nice and clean.
     
  4. Aladin Sane

    Aladin Sane Gold Level Sponsor

    Love the car, but I am not a fan of the current trend in flat paint colors. But dont let my opinion affect the enjoyment of your car.
     
  5. NorCal

    NorCal Silver Level Sponsor

    I like the way the car sits, polished lips, hood scoop, tight top, clean windows, clean engine install. Just oozes of excellent workmanship.
     
  6. PROCRAFT

    PROCRAFT Gold Level Sponsor

    Tnx.
     
  7. Series6

    Series6 Past President Gold Level Sponsor

    Something wicked this way rolls
     
  8. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    Joel the central bonnet hinge is very sweet... Are the 3 rivets on the bonnet holding it or are they also an aesthetic detail?
     
  9. PROCRAFT

    PROCRAFT Gold Level Sponsor

    Stainless countersunk screws/Nut plates in the hinge,at some point the'll be black.
     
  10. Charles Johns

    Charles Johns Platinum Level Sponsor

    Love everything about the car, especially the way the hood scoop goes all the way to the cowling. That is a lot of work but "fits" the great quality of the total car. I am also one of those who is not a fan of flat paints because I had to drive cars in primer to save $$$ for paint. On this Sunbeam the flat black works.
     

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