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01 Mar 2015 15:13 #539 by oestek
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Tyler fitting A/C components and ducting in the dash.



All the components that will be visible through the grille are blacked-out.



Fesler billet turn signal lights are installed in the lower valance.



Detroit Speed RS headlight assemblies are installed next.



Trevor installs and aligns the new window glass.




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15 Apr 2015 10:54 - 15 Apr 2015 10:55 #754 by oestek
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The interior design of the ZR9 is a mix of ‘69 Camaro and new tech. We started with a set of Recaro seats and re-stitched the leather with a matching blue thread.





The stitching color is very subtle:



The center console was leather wrapped with matching blue thread as well.



The console was then skinned in Carbon Fiber to modernize the look.



The rear seats are a custom design and are covered in matching leather and blue stitching.


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10 May 2015 15:04 #952 by oestek
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The custom rear package tray is skinned in leather, and features cut-outs for the rear speakers and roll cage. The speakers play through custom grilles.




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16 Jul 2015 10:23 #1170 by oestek
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Soon it was time to start the exterior wetsand and buff process.

First the car is washed clean of dust and dangerous particles. Then, the edges and trim items are taped off and masked for protection.



Jeff hand wetsands the panels with a variety of sand paper grits, starting with 800 on rough areas and “nibs”, then progressing to 1000, 1200, 1500, 2000, 2500, and 3000 grit. The rigid rubber block ensures he does not leave finger impressions while sanding.




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16 Jul 2015 10:23 #1171 by oestek
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This sanding process leaves a very dull appearance that might make you nervous… like the paint has been trashed!



However, once the polishing starts, the magic happens and the car’s finish comes to life!






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16 Jul 2015 10:41 #1172 by oestek
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The Jestream Blue really stands tall in the sun!


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