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My 280 Ge Project

Wanna Be

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#21
Not much have been done with the rest of the body yet..........
mostly mechanical and the front
now that its driving the aircon has moved up on the priority list
to no1 spot ................
 

Dikfrik

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#23
Ek is ook n bewerendeagterstewegedrewe een..veral Raquel Welch sin...;) of n Porsche Cayman wat volgens Egmont Sippel met eersgenoemde ooreenstem
 

Wanna Be

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#26
Het fuses uit gesort (Dankie Doug) en vanoggend skielik skree my kar op my!

Eerste gedagte is wat het nou weer gebreek!

Maar nice feeling as jy besef jy het actually iets reg gemaak
 

Heinie

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#29
Vasbyt Cornel moenie te hastig wees nie, as hy klaar is dan is dit "Booring" dan wil jy nog een he....
Ek weet jy het n hele vloot wat wag... stuur maar een die kant toe ek kan maklik weer een doen.

G Groete
 

Wanna Be

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#31
Fritz

This is a 460 pin bumper with a Professional bush gaurd on (just had to drill the holes for the barackets)

I did not try to fit the Prof bumper as it did not have the pin type, but almost sure that it will fit with no mods

Bought the Prof bumper with bush gaurd 2nd hand from another menber but they can be bought seperatly from MB at their usual absurd cost

ReGards
 

Andrew

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#32
The professional bumper is not a straight bolt-on to a 460, but can be fitted by drilling two extra holes in the 460 chassis.
 

Dikfrik

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#34
I have done one - quite a job - the problem is that the hole centres on the plate bolting to the chassis is shorter on the prof and much thicker on prof (12mm i think) and it is a very tight fit past the radiator but i did get mine right - i had to had mine extended and a hole drilled and tapped since you cannot get a nut on the rear one. It must be accurate otherwise it will not fit..

I will post some pictures if you are interested