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We will keep her in our family's prayers. Please pass our best to her!

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You both are in my thoughts & prayers!

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prayers of healing going out to your family my friend.....

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We wish her good luck and a speedy recovery.

Keep us posted on her condition

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UPDATE:
Praise GOD!! there are no signs of heart attack or heart desease. Heart cath went well.

We go Monday to have Gallbladder looked at, for it is enlarged and may be the culprit.

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UPDATE:
Praise GOD!! there are no signs of heart attack or heart desease. Heart cath went well.

We go Monday to have Gallbladder looked at, for it is enlarged and may be the culprit.



That's good to hear.

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Great news,
Hope all continues to go well
prayers do help

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Good news indeed. You are also in my prayers.

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Glad to hear she is doing better. I hope everything goes well. I love your thread.

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UPDATE:
Praise GOD!! there are no signs of heart attack or heart desease. Heart cath went well.

We go Monday to have Gallbladder looked at, for it is enlarged and may be the culprit.



Wow. Sorry to hear about this. Glad it's not what ya'll originally thought. Will add to the prayer list, 'Dragn.

Hopefully soon I'll bring the family down and over for a weekend visit to see the project........oh, and to visit Jonathan and yourself too of course .

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Hopefully soon I'll bring the family down and over for a weekend visit to see the project........oh, and to visit Jonathan and yourself too of course .

Paul


Paul, you are welcome here any time! Just let us know when to expect you. The iGTO bumper may be officially on hold for a little bit while Jason is taking care of his family but I'd be happy to show you our work. I didn't want to upset Jason by working on it in his absense but he's assured me that that will never be an issue. I may get out there and work on it a little bit more in a day or two. I know you guys want to see some progress and we have set a deadline goal for ourselves to push toward.

By the way, this is an OFFICIAL open invitation to any member who finds himself in this area and wants to come by. We'll look at the bumper then sit on the deck drinking a cold Coke and talk Fieros!

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Update:

Went in monday for check on gallbladder and now have another scan set up for friday morning at 9am.

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Did more work on the nose today, can't wait till jon posts the pics up!!

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Jason and I got together today for another work session. We did some minor shaping and then covered most of the foam with mud. This is also sandable so we are still far from finished. We had some low spots in the foam so this was used to level those areas. It will also harden so it will provide some protection to the foam. I've been worried about it since it is for the most part out in the open. You just can't tell when a basketball might take an ugly bounce against it or a dog leash might get rubbed down the side. You just never know what MIGHT happen so this will give us some peace of mind.













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Now it just needs some black honeycomb inserts.

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lookin good
what do you think is a realistic time that you will pull the first complete one out and have it ready to mount? 6 months? a year?
just wondering as i have a few other expensive purchases to make but want to keep some cash freed up for this.

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We were pushing for September but I think end of October is more realistic.

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and do you have a ball park figure for price?

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We were pushing for September but I think end of October is more realistic.

That's AWESOME.....About the same time my new Center Console Skeleton's will be done..

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We were discussing the question about price. I think that is still up in the air due to the need of knowing how people would like one made. Let's see how people want one before we make a price, so now is your time to speak up or get your friends involved.
Make your voice known, the more people speak up = the lower the price.

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There are still variables to work out and they will have costs associated with them. The grills alone can have a number of different features. There is also the matter of how to address the different beltline mouldings. Then we will have to see how many pieces the master mold will have to be divided into, etc.

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There are still variables to work out and they will have costs associated with them. The grills alone can have a number of different features. There is also the matter of how to address the different beltline mouldings. Then we will have to see how many pieces the master mold will have to be divided into, etc.



Absolutely.

Start Sounding off

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I was considering the F355 nose until I saw this. I'd buy yours for the same price and quality.

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The nose is looking great guys!

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Just FYI, the body putty isn't very durable either. Even after it dries, you can gouge it with your fingernail. So you should still be very careful around it. It will also absorb water. So keeping it dry is important.

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I was considering the F355 nose until I saw this. I'd buy yours for the same price and quality.


That says a lot! Thank you for your interest and support! The level of quality we are shooting for will set the bar. Can we accomplish that? Only time will tell but just be assured that it is a HUGE consideration for us.

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The nose is looking great guys!


Keep the encouragement coming! It really does help!

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Just FYI, the body putty isn't very durable either. Even after it dries, you can gouge it with your fingernail. So you should still be very careful around it. It will also absorb water. So keeping it dry is important.


Thanks for the tip!

The season change is working for us in this respect. It has been a very wet spring and hopefully we'll see some dryer weather soon. Also this is a transition step so hopefully we will be able to get to the fiberglass step soon and eliminate all moisture concerns.

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Just FYI, the body putty isn't very durable either. Even after it dries, you can gouge it with your fingernail. So you should still be very careful around it. It will also absorb water. So keeping it dry is important.


Not bondo or gel coat. : :

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Gel coat won't absorb moisture, but Bondo putty will.

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Gel coat won't absorb moisture, but Bondo putty will.


All we are doing currently at the moment is flatening out all the surfaces so that when we start applying all the chemicals and fiberglass, we will be able to pull off a mould that we can make multiple copies of.

We are off to a great start getting all the measurements almost done in all, but we still have a ways to go.

The main thing now is that we are looking into plexan and joint fiberglas for the grill with multiple options...

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keep it up!! looks great!!!! have changed the direction i was going with my project to better suit your nose so DO NOT give up on it. LOL
But on a more important note how is your wife feeling now?
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keep it up!! looks great!!!! have changed the direction i was going with my project to better suit your nose so DO NOT give up on it. LOL
But on a more important note how is your wife feeling now?
coady


She feels the same right now, however she is very grumpy. Going to have gallbladder surgery on July 30th and have it removed. Maybe things will get back to normal (I hope).
Thanks for asking Coady

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tell her not to worry i had my galbladder out last year and was back to work the next day

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shave that goatee down a bit and from that angle we could be twins or at least closely related.......
all i can say is what a good looking man...lol

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Not my style but you guys are doing great work.

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Not my style but you guys are doing great work.


Thanks for the comps

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All we are doing currently at the moment is flatening out all the surfaces so that when we start applying all the chemicals and fiberglass, we will be able to pull off a mould that we can make multiple copies of.

We are off to a great start getting all the measurements almost done in all, but we still have a ways to go.

The main thing now is that we are looking into plexan and joint fiberglas for the grill with multiple options...


That's cool. I'm not trying to poo-poo your project or anything, just offering advice.

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I've been thinking about the design and these two photoshops since the last time we worked on the bumper. I'm not satisfied with the top "horizontal" surface in the middle, just above where it comes to a point on the front. On the yellow car it is just too flat. That's the way the bumper is looking now.



I think it is time for an eleventh-hour change and add more of an upward pointing point in that area and blend it down to the front. I don't know if that makes any sense but I promise it will make it better.

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You know what would be a nice addition to this bumper?
A Pontiac emblem shaped sidemarker like on the old GTO's.

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