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RUF Front Bumper

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The RUF kit was bought from Weissach (very nice people) for $2300 and my buddy's body shop paint it for $400. It took him a little while to perfectly match the paint, I brought my old bumper and left it with him. He had at least 4 coats of Speed Yellow and 3 coats of Clear Coat. While the bumper being painted, I took the time and cleaned out the radiators and fender liners.

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3M Clear protective invisible bra is probably the best. The only thing is that nowadays they have precut patterns for specific cars/bumpers. For example on my 03 turbo, it came with the hood, front bumper, fenders, Xenons, rear of front fender behind wheel, and mirrors as a kit. It was a total of $1.1K installed.

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Thnx Alex, very nice car. I spoke to a few shops here in O.C. and you're right about the precut paterns, most of them said that it can't be done on a custom cover like RUF or TechArt etc.... Guess I better stay way behind those big trucks for now.

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