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I'm living in Elbląg!This city is the northern Polish. A sheet metal work shall be carried out in Grudziadz.I am the only owner of the car.A sheet metal works have been commissioned.Congratulations forward tinman!!
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Were the front fenders ("wings" in England) formed at the shop the car is in?

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Were the front fenders ("wings" in England) formed at the sop the car is in?
Kuba (Jake over here), I think what Bob (Subtle) is asking is----Did your tinman make the fenders from flat steel? If he did, How much would it cost to make them? My wife makes great Pierogi... He can live with us and we can make him a king. Lesniewicz
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I also am curious what the cost for each of the front fenders would be? Need at least one.....

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Were the front fenders ("wings" in England) formed at the shop the car is in?
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Kuba,

Sorry, don´t have pics of the entire leght, but from the rear to the front fender and through the whole lenght, there´s a smooth transition, no visible hick-ups. The factory used a lot of solder to hide and smooth everything down with. These pics come from a very unmolested and unrusted 1300 101 Sprint. Should you need more pics of other body details, send a mail to dennisdott@hotmail.com

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the tinman is doing everything on his own. he is looking for original connectioncs and according to them he is doing new body parts on his own. its hard to say what is the price of the single one because i dont care the cost of it cose i pay them for all and the job must be done perfectly thats for me the most impotant thing. when i see how other tinmans are doing their jobs....its very horrible . it will take them 3 months to finish and the total cost will be aproximatly 9 000 $
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More photos!
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You do have an excellent tin-man! Much more than 1/2 the problem in a proper restoration. Once you find the correct body builder, you are right, the cost at that point becomes secondary.


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Hi! I have some questions! Mytinsmiths already finish work on the body and now they have to protect the undercarriage by special products.Originally the factory chassis and wheel arches are painted in body color, or chassis and wheel arches were painted in black? "(Products for protection of the chassis are painted black and can be painted) Sorry for my English Bangladesh:P:P:P
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Your english is fine, better than my Polish! On the late cars like my '65 Spider Veloce that I have owned since new, the chassis and wheel wells were painted body color, the brown/black plastic undercoating added, then the wheel wells had body color paint sprayed over the undercoating, but NOT on the undercarriage, just the wheel wells. I am not sure about earlier cars, but that is the way mine was built. I hope this helps.


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Kuba Pozdrowienia!
Gordon pisze prawdę. Farba w bagażniku / boot z Sprint jest czarny.
Twój facet metal zrobił dobrą robotę.

Gordon writes the truth. The trunk/boot of the Sprint is painted black.
Your metal-worker has done a good job.

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Your english is fine, better than my Polish! On the late cars like my '65 Spider Veloce that I have owned since new, the chassis and wheel wells were painted body color, the brown/black plastic undercoating added, then the wheel wells had body color paint sprayed over the undercoating, but NOT on the undercarriage, just the wheel wells. I am not sure about earlier cars, but that is the way mine was built. I hope this helps.
Pininfarina and Bertone handled this detail a little differently as attested by the trunk. The Spider is not the same as the Sprint so although they are the same cars they aren't finished the same way. I recommend contacting Tony Ranson in the Giulietta Register who has a 1955 that is original. My 57 is done in black now. It just makes more sense aesthetically and for practicality. The engine compartment rails down were black which is not so on the Spider. I'm pretty sure the wheel wells are black

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