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Luke's BTTF Car Based In Leeds, West Yorks
they look the mutts nuts mate, fancy doing my front fascia for me ? Wink
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Guinney1971 Wrote:they look the mutts nuts mate, fancy doing my front fascia for me ? Wink

Ta! Smile

Nope, never again. :lol:

If i'm being honest, I only removed the lights and vents etc, then helped prep the fascia and bumper, it was a guy my dad knows who painted it for me as a favour. I reckon if I had the kit though I could have a good go :wink:
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I was doing a few maintenance bits and bobs on the car tonight, and thought I'd test the Mrs' new camera out! Smile

I've added some effects to some of them which changes the colours you actually see in person (blue flux bands, warm white hovers, dark green landing lights).

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Very impressive!!!
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Chris P Wrote:Very impressive!!!

Cheers Chris, means a lot coming from you. I did have a double glance at the car after I took a look at one of the hovering shots! I quickly told myself off. "Don't be so gullible McFly.." :lol:

It does require the right conditions and angle to work effectively, but perhaps I'll work on a fully drivable one next year :wink:
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That does look good good lit up in the dark..i am officially impressed..!!!
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malcy34 Wrote:That does look good good lit up in the dark..i am officially impressed..!!!

Lol, cheers Malc! Mr Green
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You could use your car in place of a Xmas tree with all those lights on Luke- I'd have it in my lounge in place of a Nordic fir! :lol:
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bjbrownie Wrote:You could use your car in place of a Xmas tree with all those lights on Luke- I'd have it in my lounge in place of a Nordic fir! :lol:

Ho Ho Ho, very funny :wink:

If I could get it in my house, I'd use it as the seat to a cinema room.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz0aaZX7Msk

Bit of a teaser trailer for this Thursdays main release. They are hoping to get some TV exposure too which should be fun. Cracking bloke to work with, all of his team were extremely respectful and knowledgeable about the car which was nice!

They were talking to me about Deloreans just in general, and I spread some positive love for them which should help get shut of these constant "aren't they aluminium/unreliable/badly made" questions :wink:
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Just looking at your pics Luke, that rear number plate looks very awkward on the rear deck, I was wondering if it was an idea to relocate it to the lower valance on a type of hinge mechanism ( with a number plate light attached) or slide into the area behind it so it would be visible for road use and 'flip up' when you use it for display-just a thought as I'm working on something along those lines at the moment. The exhaust may be an issue for the folding idea!
I've seen on forums a front number plate bracket that folds and retracts under the front valance for a clean look. Smile
#10556 'Ol Stainless' running surprisingly well,Audi A5 2.0T Quattro smug as usual,Wenault Slaguna stationary for the mo',the R.V.Enterprise clocking the U.K.miles up,new fleet addition-Jessica the Daewoo Matiz,silly but 55mpg....!
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bjbrownie Wrote:Just looking at your pics Luke, that rear number plate looks very awkward on the rear deck, I was wondering if it was an idea to relocate it to the lower valance on a type of hinge mechanism ( with a number plate light attached) or slide into the area behind it so it would be visible for road use and 'flip up' when you use it for display-just a thought as I'm working on something along those lines at the moment. The exhaust may be an issue for the folding idea!
I've seen on forums a front number plate bracket that folds and retracts under the front valance for a clean look. Smile

I agree. For the rear plate, I now have it on tiny Velcro pads so I can just take it off easily at shows. The front one doesn't really bother me in all honesty, but cheers for the ideas! 8)
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your car looks the mutts nuts mate Big Grin
Claire Wright  - Club Treasurer
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Guinney1971 Wrote:your car looks the mutts nuts mate Big Grin

Not bad for a 'home made' one ey! :wink:

I'm doing a few extras/adjustments this winter to Tommy also, keep tuned!
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Xmas project time!

Sprayed with the exact same make and colour as the restored hero cars boxes (cheers guys!!). Nice job sanding them down and using filler for all the micro bubbles from resin casts....hmm, sore thumbs in the morning me thinks.

Also clear coated the rusty bolts to keep their weathered look but not have them eat into the nice new paint.

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Now onto purple clamps, correct wires and chunkier hose. Should be here early next week! Big Grin
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