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MOPAR Top Eliminator, Carlisle 2016
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Yeah...slid on some ice two winters ago and cracked it. Then, this past summer heading down the turnpike that piece ripped off. So, yeah, it was nice to get her back to looking good again.
 

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Yeah...slid on some ice two winters ago and cracked it. Then, this past summer heading down the turnpike that piece ripped off. So, yeah, it was nice to get her back to looking good again.
Looks very nice Bill! Just like new! Sorry about the duct tape joke earlier.
 

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Full on interior detail. Hey I am jumping on this thread, the other car keeps me busy too.
We are not always doing things with our Challengers. Sometimes we are doing things with/for our fullbacks, too. Everyone needs a good blocking fullback. She took some abuse a bit ago, and I neglected her for a while. So I figured plenty of us do other stuff to them as well. Needed a proper place.
 

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Ran the Ram thru the No Touch to get last weeks crud off of him.
 

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Looks good as new Bill. Just in time for winter ice. Let's hope to not have a repeat situation.
 

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Had the heater core for my 1974 Duster survivor rebuilt by Glen-Ray. I'll be installing that this week. Upgrading the wiring with an ammeter bypass and adding upgraded wiring and relays for the headlights to get brighter lights.

The car has 10,800 original miles. Always garaged no-rust survivor. 318 auto.

 

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Had the heater core for my 1974 Duster survivor rebuilt by Glen-Ray. I'll be installing that this week. Upgrading the wiring with an ammeter bypass and adding upgraded wiring and relays for the headlights to get brighter lights.

The car has 10,800 original miles. Always garaged no-rust survivor. 318 auto.

Nice color, would like to see the Challenger in that color.
 

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That is a beautiful Duster, Bookmaker!!! Agree with Corbin, it would be fun to see the Challenger in that!
And since you live so close to nunya, you might have to go for a cruise together in your Duster!
 

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We are not always doing things with our Challengers. Sometimes we are doing things with/for our fullbacks, too. Everyone needs a good blocking fullback. She took some abuse a bit ago, and I neglected her for a while. So I figured plenty of us do other stuff to them as well. Needed a proper place.
Fullback is how I often refer to my Subaru Outback. I send it in to places where I wouldn't want to send in my franchise tailback Challenger. But with that chunk of missing bumper cover, your TL looked more like a hockey defenseman!

 

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MOPAR Top Eliminator, Carlisle 2016
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Over the past 2 days we replaced the graphics on the RAM. Same general design with a few tweaks.

Removal of old vinyl:
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Naked again.....
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We layered the new vinyl for an embossed look. We used vinyl with a carbon fiber texture underneath. We were curious to see how visible the texture would be through the top layer.
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One side done.
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You really can't see it in the pictures, but the texture is clearly visible and gives the graphic the embossed look we were looking for.
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