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    Show me satanic details...please.

    Please share your pics of those devilish details. They can be exceptionally executed, well thought out, black sheep thinking, or anything that stopped you in your tracks and you had to zoom in and snap a shot.
    Here are a few details that of member's cars that I snapped:

    1. Nicest non-restored 914-6 wheel. This belongs to my buddy Rich.
    2. Not clock delete but clock substitution. There are "times" I am tempted to stick a cheapo digital clock on my clock delete. What is it? Please tell me more.
    3. Love this color combo!
    4. Leather door stays! Brilliant!
    5. Nice little decal detail - gonna have to copy that one!
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    6. Clever.
    7. Great wheel stud length with taper.
    8. Excellent headlight assembly (Marchals and early 65-67 USA assemblies).
    9. Nice triple out muffler with cap - typical Sycip craftsmanship.
    10. Great finished with brackets - I photoshopped the lic plate.
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    11. I have always liked multi use stock parts in this case the oil catch tank.
    12. That hurt.
    13. Noting the double grooved door pull along with mounting hardware on this facotry build car.
    14. Love these Emory touches on Thornton's 912R.
    15. Wiper delete detail.

    I have more but let's see some from all the great cars here.
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    the devil is in the details

    Great thread, would love to see more. Here's one I like: lockable glove box door is also easily removed to spare a few ounces at the track:
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    Bob,

    Unfortunately do I not have a picture but the Silver w. green stripes 68L (ex Don / porsport?) at Canepa has a very handy tool bin above the rear seats. You can see it here: http://www.canepa.com/inventory/coll...%20/index.html

    The picture below I posted before but can not find it. It's from the 68 EC car, driven by Pauli Toivonen. As you can see was the brake handle cut and re-welded under a slightly different angle.

    Richard
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    Richard - Ahearn's silver car is in my neck of the woods. The jack lift decal and clock substitution posted above are from that car. I have pics of the tool and will post those later. My friend took measurements and we plan to make our own. There is a rumor that these will soon be offered.
    I'm sure I have some glove box delete pics as well.
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    My friend took measurements and we plan to make our own. There is a rumor that these will soon be offered.
    Keep us posted if those rumors appear to be true

    Richard

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    When I saw the title to this thread, I said to my self that had to be posted by Tilton. Great thread - I am looking forward to what is posted. I think I can even add to your "detail" list. BTW, I think I can help you with that clock mod. For once my "pilot $hit" might be able to help out. That is an 8 day aviation clock that looks to be a modern version. A military version with some patina would look really cool. I think I might incorporate that into my clock delete instead of the oil light. Let me know if you want a source for the clock and I will try to hook you up.
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    What perfect timing. I've just about run out of things to do to my car. I'm to the point of un-doing stuff. Yesterday I re-replaced the steering wheel with the stock wood wheel. I tried to love the Proto-Tipo, but I just don't. Surprisingly, my wife walked by the car when I was almost done and said the wood wheel looked much better.
    Rich
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    1. We've all seen the 'R' engine lid hinges, here's a similar set-up for the front.

    2. ST Map Pocket.

    3. Map light attached to door, map pocket under dash, lug wrench on floor, and the ever-handy duct tape on the shifter.

    4. For those quick tire changes ....

    5. Secondary mud flap on safari car.
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