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Old 02-05-2004, 09:27 PM   #1
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what do you think?

Here is my plan, I am going to buy a tamiya sard supra and make it into the wonderful looking AB FLUG S9500 SUPRA do you think it would be doable since the sard supra has flairs that i could use as guidlines? like mold them panels into the flairs????just like the supra you see as my signature
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Old 02-05-2004, 09:36 PM   #2
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Re: what do you think?

Yeah its doable, go check out my progress thread about called "My Supra". I'm doing an abflug incluenced but original style body kit out of the sard kit.
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I take it you are going to be doing the s900 ab flug supra? i like that style too but i love how wide the s9500 is make me all hot inside. Do most hobby stores carry the tamiya sard supra or will i have to order it?
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my dad got me mine from there for xmas, i'm not replicating the exact kit, just getting some influence such as their back bumper cutout.

hope this helps good luck with it!
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That will be a great project. I can't wait to see your model of the car in your giant signature.
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