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Old 05-30-2013, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
I am with you, the reason your car is so stunning is you did all those things! I get that, including the drip rails. I just want to make it clear to a possible newbe that it isn't as easy as it seems and that time could be spent somewhere else, that is my main point.

Ok I follow you on that. I tried to make it clear it's not easy or fun to do. Very easy to make a lot of work for yourself as well if you mess up. Like you said most people would never notice it. I only tried to answer the question he asked and provide input and a visual. On a 68 Chevelle I don't think the drip rails look bad from the factory, on my car I thought they looked terrible and that's the only reason I shaved them. I'm builting a 70 Nova how and I never even entertained the thought of shaving the drip rails on it.
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