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Author Subject: Aegean Dream 6
manthos

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Its about time i started a project thread to show you all what i have done to my 6 since i bought her.

here she is standard when purchased


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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 20:30
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The first thing i did was take the car straight to the sprayers as i have wanted a 6 in Aegean for years!

here she is being prepped for spraying.









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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 20:37
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Disappointing, where's the rest off it?

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 20:57
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im uploading it whilst cooking lasagne so its all on its way...... here's the next bit...


The shell sprayed but still indoors









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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:13
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doors, bumpers, grill valance, badge, bonnet etc........

























Everything black on the car has a slight gold, silver and red flake inc the wheels

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:23
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Up next are a few pictures of the shell roled out into the sunshine to get a good look at the paint.









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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:26
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i like the colour, how much did it cost you to have a respray?
Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:33
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back indoors to asseble the car!











Wheels....






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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:35
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And here she is being washed as i pull up to collect the car.



and then a couple of pics from when i got her home



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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 21:44
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As you can imagine i was like a 6 year old in a candy store when i collected it and got started on putting even more personal touches on it in the case of modifying...

first i bought a near gear knob cab to replace the old origional one which was all chipped



then i went to a scrap yard that a friend works at to get some clear indicators.... however whist i was there in the yard there was a written off black 6 of which i bought its strut brace.



then the car was taken to Carl Chambers (gkz 306) to be lowered 40mm all round on spax shocks and springs



next i bought some brand new crystals and fitted them too



and this is how she stayed for almost a year however i did buy and install a full GENESIS system, from components run off alpine head unit with rear 6x9s powered by amp.. all genesis

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:07
armzsc6

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lovely colour mate just needs black masks and crystal fogs to finish off Big grin
Can i point out thought that your bonnet doesnt sit quite right on the nearside Wink

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:05
mike rallye

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how much for respray then?
Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:08
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yes i know it doesn't it sits much better now however i havn't got it perfect myself

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:09
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looks loads better with the crystals and lowered Smile

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:09
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armzs16 - yea i want some black masks, i no longer have the fogs in, i was gonna put crystall fogs but now its stripped im gonna make some cold air feeds instead

.....cheers for the comments and there are more pics to come....... just to check on the lasagne...lol

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:11
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Liking the colour a lot, good work! Looks great lowered and on dark Cyclones Cool

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:22
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Looks great Seb. Thumbs up

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:21
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OK.... the lasagne is coming along nicely.

the goal was always to strip the 6 and have 2 buckets and a roll cage so when the car was lowered the back was stripped so it would be level once all stripped..... however i put the interior back in as i wanted my music whilst in traffic jams.....

so i set about thinking of how to have a good sounding system in a stripped out car but still easilly removed for track purposes..
me and a friend stripped the rear aagain, bought some thin leight wood, measured uo and made a template to fit rear speakers and amp, i didn't want to put the speakers in the rear quarters as they would be harder to take out quckly and the amp would need to be bolted to the car.

here you are, after lots of testing of angles ets to get good sound / bass resinence we came up with this.






now i am a musician and obssessed with good sound quality and trust me it sounds GREAT!! took to my mates audio shop and he didn't think it would work saying it defies physics etc, but im telling you its great...

AND only 4 simple bolts to take it out on some lovely hand made leight weight brackets



the back is unfinished wood at the moment but will paint it black or gun metal along with the rest of the inside

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:24
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mike rallye - a bargain as i know the guy..... was meant to be 1200 which is cheap anyway however was a little less in the end Big grin

CUJ, cress87 - cheers

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 22:29
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just gonna eat my dinner and then ill post some more pics.

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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 23:05
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MMMMMMM...... my homemade lasagne with jacket potatoes was LUSH!!!!! now waiting for my home made apple and blackberry pie to go golden brown on top....... yummy!!! I LIKE PIES!

who else likes pie??
1. manthos
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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 23:33
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manthos wrote:
MMMMMMM...... my homemade lasagne with jacket potatoes was LUSH!!!!! now waiting for my home made apple and blackberry pie to go golden brown on top....... yummy!!! I LIKE PIES!


BRILLIANT THREAD, LOVELY CAR, WHERE'S THE PHOTO OF THE MEAL PAL?

who else likes pie??
1. manthos
2. muscle (steak'n'ale) beach
3.
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Posted 5th Sep 2010 at 23:54
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muscle beach - dont you ill start a dinner thread in a min in the off topic section... LOL

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Posted 6th Sep 2010 at 00:02
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Back on topic,
On friday i bought to bucket seats which i will be fitting on the 10th with Carl Chambers (gkz 206)

they are only raceland, but i am no 'brand whore' there comfy, black and do the job.





also on friday i removed my air bag and fitted and upper parcel shelf.... sadly my phone was dead so coulnt take any pics of the process, However its a very simple job.
1. disconnect battery and leave for 20mins
2. pry top of airbag off with a screwdriver.
3. undo the 4 T20 star keys on right and pull the airbagg out
4. drill out the rivets so you can take out the metal frame
5. srew in the upper glove box and re-connect battery.





Then i changed the steering wheel for a sparco off my mate





and here are the old bits...



some duckting to make cold air feed, think im gonna fabricate my own air box around the induction kit tho.



This is now up to date and as above says im looking forward to fitting the buckets friday 10th whist stripping the front
then.. battery to boot, lose the air con, roll cage and slight tints so no-one knows....except all you lot... LOL

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Posted 6th Sep 2010 at 00:33
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looks very tidy, remember at pugfest when you left the handbrake off and nearly rolled into the car infront. Razz i was in the rallye behind

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Posted 6th Sep 2010 at 00:36

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