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During the build we discussed many diff ideas of hiding quite wide wheels under neath from overfenders to m3 fenders and quarters or custom steel wide arches, but because this used to be brendans daily driver he wanted to keep the original look of the fenders but create clearance at the same time.
So we decide to roll and stretch the arches and quarters as much as possible with out distorting the look.
Had a visit from a good friend of mine Gary Murphy from Gary Murphy Photography, he hooked me up with some deadly photos of me lighting both doors and the finished painted article. please check out his page and work because he is a really talented dude and yes this is a shout out ha
Ok so i know that if you’ve managed to read this far into the post all your really waiting to see is the finished job so here you go.
Exterior and cage is finished in E30 m3 Mizano Red.
Interior and engine bay finished in Toyota Superwhite.
After many long hours of masking and painting the floor, the inside, the cage, the A-pillers this is it! hope you like and was worth the read.
In this pic you can see the A-pillar bars are done in matt-black to reduce sun glare;
Custom rear diff mount;
Oh and heres the rear panel cut out ready for a rear air diffuser.
Locked and Loaded, ready to go back to Behan Motorsport HQ.
I would like to wish Brendan and Rob all the very best and i will keep you all updated as the lads drop in the new heart and complete the build.
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