Wow that was fast you actually have 3 made already. Very impressive. I'd
like to see what one looks like on a car. How difficult was it to make? I
wish I was there with a camera my class would love to see you making one.
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 12:22 PM, Alan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Previously, I had posted that I had a chance to gain access to a vintage
> that created a Kellison style fiberglass bonnet.
> Several listers had emailed me with varying degrees of interest.
> I have now started the process and have the first 3 finished.
> I have a price and final weight since we have had a chance to make sure
> came out to my liking.
> For those that had contacted me early please reply back for further
> Anyone else that's interested, the more that are made in one production run
> the better the price.
> Ed allowed me some bandwidth on his website to post a picture of one that
> I will ask him to post the actually photos now of one resting on a bugeye
> I have here.
> I also have a forward tilting kit assembly that will allow the bonnet to
> easily marry up to the front of almost any sprite or Midget as long as you
> don't plan to use a front bumper.
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