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I am sure the other 'guys' are just fooling with you. I for one am just glad that you and your team have the technical knowledge, facilities and the commitment to produce a wide (and hopefully growing) range of panels for the M151 series.
My own A2 (ex-ROPS) will definitely need fender tops and the fender supports and just knowing they are out there gives me confidence that my decision to go for a Mutt as a hobby MV was the right one.
Now Guy, your talents seem limitless, is there anything you can do about the dollar - pound sterling exchange rate?
Good luck to you and CMD
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Filed my taxes over the weekend and most of my return will be going to you lol
I would like to know how to order the A2 parts that are not on the website
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m3a1 wrote:Guy, you are certainly doing more than your fair share by sharing this process with us. When you speak of "tooling" could you be more specific as to the process or share a picture or two of some of your stamping processes (provided there is one)? I have an idea as to how the process works but I'd certainly like to see more.
When we run the production quantities I'll see if I can get some pictures of the tooling involved in making this part.
M151 Body Panels - http://www.m151bodypanels.com/
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