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Very, very nice!
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Those panel gaps are fantastic. Congratulations!
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Beautiful ! ..... White just looks soooooo right!

In that form they look like a piece of sculpture that would look good sitting in any gallery!

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this must be a huge feeling of satisfaction to get to this point.
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I knew this would be good when the paint stage arrived, credit to you Marcel for all the work you did in preparation, of course the last finishing part is noteworthy to the shop selected also. Please make sure this car is protected at all times because you saw what happened to Jethro Bronner car with hail damaged at the garage after his restoration. I can't wait to see the fit out with parts going back on.
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Fabulous.....we are enjoying this as much as you are!


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Hi Pete, Steve, Yorktownman, Paul, Bill, Tim, Rossano, Simon.

I'm totally surprised by your reaction and I'm happy you have fun too.
I hope that the pictures that inspire you to create your own restore and give you strength and stamina.

As soon as my car is back at home I can help with masses and pictures.

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Hi Alfisti

Finally my Giulia is back home. Tom brought her yesterday.
The Sattler took much longer than expected. It still missing parts of interior, sometime this will come.

The main thing the car is there and ready to go.

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On websites of dealers I saw the rear sections were completely smooth, in better case were welded with MIG and sanded smooth.

Picture 4 and 5 so it should look like
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Hello Alfisti

These are the same seats.

Slightly modified and in leather. The original seats in leather I do not like

The pattern of synthetic leather there has never been in leather from factory.

Such were in the 60 years from many of the sports seats.
Number of stripes corresponds to the original GT Veloce seat.

Front 5 stripes, Rear 6 strips

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Amazing work. I envy your progress.

Would you happen to have the meassurements for the 2 oval air intake holes (GTA style) in the front apron? I wan't to make those on my car also.

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Hi Kitora, if you send me an email at [email protected] I'll scan the template and email it to you.
The "cross" in the lower valance is reference point.

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Amazing work. I envy your progress.

Would you happen to have the meassurements for the 2 oval air intake holes (GTA style) in the front apron? I wan't to make those on my car also.
Hi Kitora

Am no longer so often in the forum've seen until now

I had an original GTA Front leans out and measured from there. If you still need the mass communication and I measure on Saturday.

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