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Old 05-22-2007, 11:43 PM   #21
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My spawn ruined a great Bonnie...for that I apologize to Randman and was sickened by it...the only right thing to do was to be sure to get the custom pieces into another club car. I just wish we would have rememberd the custom shift ****.

As Billy Crystal used to say..."You...You look Maaaaavelous"

And I was dying all weekend at NEBF as I overheard people'* conversations asking Randy, "...did they get those door panels out of that car?" He didn't know what happened to them...
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I still thank you from the bottom of my bottom, Tracy. You and your spawn, and those that helped with the salvage. They are one-off customs, very unique, and I'm still surprised daily by the unique 'feel' to the interior of the car while driving. I'm proud to have them in the Zilla.

And many thanks to Randman for his efforts and great creativity and quality.
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Loving the door panels, that got me thinking....too bad mine ain't leather..

Looks great and brand new even!
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Geeze, she still shines up really well even after all these years!
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Looking purty snazzy,there Boss

I love the look of the custom panels. Randy did an awesome job.
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Hmmmm, I wonder how many beers went into each door panel and visors.... I noticed taking the pics was at least a one beer job...

Looks good Bill.
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That is one SWEET car. The interior is first class. Engine bay ain't to shabby either.
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I can't take credit for all the interior work, obviously. Other than to take credit for recognizing quality work done by another member and lusting for it.

The rest of the interior? It'* getting tough to get all the tuning toys/gauges in the car without over-doing it. The other two gauges will be a temporary setup, or movable for this reason. I was going to put them in a HUD pod, but I don't want any clutter. I don't think that would look right.

BTW, I have another vid to get up today. This thing is actually coming to me with very little effort on my part. Nearly uncontrollable from a rolling romp.
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all i have to say is wow. get rid of the nasty Honda...
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Looks great. I was wondering where you got the two tone doors from. But tracy answered my question. Keep up the good work bill.
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