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    5,000 rpm - there be torque here! Paul B's Avatar
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    sooo pretty. professionally done? or covers done yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul B View Post
    sooo pretty. professionally done? or covers done yourself?
    Professionally
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcafe View Post
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    Absolutely stunning. Do they specialize in Automotive, Marine or ? Any pointers would help as I haven't managed to track down any recommendations for company's in SoCal that are expert at this caliber of work but am convinced there has to be local options vs sending the LHD goods to Nakamae to have them perform the work or DIY with RedLine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrayleather View Post
    Absolutely stunning. Do they specialize in Automotive, Marine or ? Any pointers would help as I haven't managed to track down any recommendations for company's in SoCal that are expert at this caliber of work but am convinced there has to be local options vs sending the LHD goods to Nakamae to have them perform the work or DIY with RedLine.
    Peter, SOCAL has so many excellent upholstery shops, you should have no issue finding one to help you. Car shows are a great place to get references from car owners of work that impresses you. If you know the style/design you want, gather images and bring them to the shop(s) you decide to ask for a quote. The more they know what you want, the better they can help.
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    SO beautiful!
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    Awesome!!

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    Little update





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    Very cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greasemonkey2000 View Post
    Wow, loving how this is coming together in it's newest incarnation!!


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    Awesome work Gianni! Is the reverse light going to stay there next to that exhaust? Just a suggestion..perhaps you could put it on the other side? might look a bit cleaner ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRGNA8 View Post
    Awesome work Gianni! Is the reverse light going to stay there next to that exhaust? Just a suggestion..perhaps you could put it on the other side? might look a bit cleaner ?
    unfortunately on the other side there is the fog lamp, here in Italy, fog and reverse light are obbligatory
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    Little update







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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcafe View Post
    Looking fantastic! Are you keeping the headlight surrounds black? And for the barchetta front, any install issues?

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