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Ramairgt2

Night pics of my GP , pic heavy

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I decided since we were going out for ice cream I would take some shots of my car parked down town underneath one of the bridges. Some cool shots IMO, sorry if some are fuzzy as these were taken on my older digi cam. Anyways enjoy!!! Btw the last pic my fiance took while I was driving...

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I like the lighting for the shots. But a tri-pod would have done wonders.

Fix the rocker panel cancer yet?

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well I haven't gotten the cancer cured yet on it. I've been uber busy at work ,plus I come home and there is more work lol. I'm working on it though .

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cool. i like blue-ish light in the background. i think it would have helped if there was a warm white light/glow in the opposite side.

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Cool pics and I agree with Ghost on that one.

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Cool pics and I agree with Ghost on that one.

Nice!

but I :lol2: with mark agreeing with Ghost.

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Hope you have a good body guy for your rocker cancer. I had to get mine done on my 01 GP. I bought univrsal rockers off of some site for like 75 bucks, and had one of my dads buddys down the road do them. He had to rivet them in in places and there wasnt much to weld to. Luckily I was coating them in truck bed liner instead of paint so that kinda hid everything really well.

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I plan on doing them myself. Maaco wants close to 700 or if they do it. This wouldn't be my first time doing body work like this so I figure I could save my self some good cash on it.

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You can probably find either a donor GP with clean rockers, or buy them new and weld them in yourself.

From experience of rotted out panels on my 89 Tercel, get all the rust! A grinder will be your best friend for awhile. :lol2:

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Pics look good! I like that color for the lighting but was thinking that's pretty weird color for the lights under a bridge, its almost dark under there.

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Nice pics dude! :lol2:

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Good luck with it, and buy lots of grinder wheels. Just dont wait to long bc I did and my sub frame was starting to rot, so he has very little to weld to.

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HID's are sweet

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Thanks guys!! My town has some interesting lighting in it. I like the bridge because there is a road that goes under it and has a nice curve which is what I originally wanted,plus I wanted to make it as the sun was just setting but it didn't happen that way. I have a ton of cut off wheels and I just got my air nibbler resharpened so yeah :lol2: haha

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