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    Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    I don't plan on covering them anytime soon i just needed to put some speakers in the car. They'd probably look alot better carpeted.






















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    Re: Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    Nice work man, looks sweet.

    Bah, who needs to cover them

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    Re: Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    thats what i'm say'in.




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    Re: Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    They look really good. First time? If it is I wouldnt worry about them being POS's your not gonna be bob vila of glassing in one day....



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    Re: Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    Actually this is my second pair. I'm no pro at it. Do you got any pointers for my next set?




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    Re: Some kickpanels and rear pods i made for my POS car

    Not really any tips, just don't give up, because with glass you can just glass over the cracks or mistakes. Do everything slow. Let everything cure really well, and take your time..



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