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Thanks Steve for an amazing job. My hoodliner was exactly what my car needed. You are a true artist and a great guy to talk too ImageUploadedByCorvette Stingray Forum1384823411.677499.jpg

If anyone is interedted please call Steve you wont be sorry.

Steve at Airbrush
866-926-2116



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Looks nicer in person.... I already ordered mine from Steve!!! Any day now........


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Cool!!! :cool:
 

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He sends u a new one painted and you install it very easy. I can tell u how. You have your original one if you want to seap out if you ever seel car and buyer doesnt like it. You get the best of both worlds


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Very nice!

Also you know you can go back and hit the "edit" button to make any changes to your post.
 

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Looks outstanding!


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Just had a few people check out my car yesterday at a birthday bash where the Sandwich pic posted and everyone coulnt believe the detail that my hoodliner had.

Steve your work is awesome and after my friends saw it they will be calling you soon. So glad i did this.


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This is very cool. And although I've burned my budget buying the Stingray, this is very high on my wish list. I might have missed it, but how hard is it to change the liners?
 

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Its so easy. First you need a torx driver. Get assorted at Home depot to remove the two screws of the heat extractor. Just pull it off. Its held on by snaps. Then tease out the black connectors with a flat device and lift up. Grab with your finger and pull. After you get them all out just go in reverse. Be careful removing the old liner it tucks into the hood on the lower section. Just lift it out. Really very easy took me 15 mins to do it.

I ordered the rails from Steve too. Cant wsit to get them. His work is incredible


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Thanks again CyberVette for being a great customer. Your FRC's took another step toward completion tonight, AND I took the final step in becoming a vendor on this site :D
 
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