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Looking good. Been too long since I have touched mine but question. I have looked into Lizard Skin too, but how does the sequence of this occur? Do you apply Lizard skin and then do a thick undercoat type product over it? Such as Polyurea stuff or similar? Then there is the question of rust proofing... Then there is considerable info on sound deadening I have read on some of the Porsche sites I visit. It is not as simple as applying peel and stick products to contain noise as you might think. Thoughts? I have to get back at it sometime in next Century.
 
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I haven't touched it. Once winter comes back around...enjoying summer right now. Thanks
 
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Gmayer, have you gotten to your front drive shaft yet? I have a conflict with the trans pan but it also looks like I may have a conflict with my oil pan as well? I got the low profile pan but it still looks awfully close. What amount of lift do you have on yours?
 

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I found some pics if this truck when I had it in San Diego. I was trying to remember who it was that had it now. Slowly it will be back on the road again. good memories...
 

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@arthog have you done any new LV repro parts?

No, I have not. I was looking at doing door hinge seals for 40s but it seems that the early 40/45s are different in that area than later models and the fit will be a problem, and I think it will be a pain to deal with it. My mold for the LV seals has kind of worn out. I made a lot more sets I ever thought were needed. I will be releasing some new LV t-shirt designs in the future though. They very nice and original ideas. Thats about it for now.
 

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