Done a bit more to the beast today, i pulled it in the garage first of all and had the biggest itch to fit the rallye graphic on the bonnet-
Once that was fitted it made me smile and crack on with the rest of it, as the bumper was completely stripped it was time to refit the centre grill and rallye blanks etc, out comes the plastic welding equiptment (basically this is just a big soldering iron that you feed in strips of plastic to carry out repairs or stick things back togther), in this case the centre grill fixings-
After 20 minutes or so the bumper had all it bits back on, a picture of where the welding kit actually did its stuff.
With this all in place it was ime to refit the front bumper-
With the bonnet closed-
Next up was to give it another wash to remove all the dust and machine polish residue, here is a detailing world bead shot for you-
Here we have a few of the exterior shots, this is now more or less getting there just got to finish of a few loose ends like get some trim clips and clean all the windows etc-
Just got to get the interior sorted (cleaned) and see if i can repair the aircon, it has a broken lower pipe.
Other than this i am really pleased with the out come, i have to say the more i see it the more i really like the colour although i will admit its like black to keep clean.
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