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so, what started off as a simple stereo upgrade has turned into a full-blown DIY bonanza! i have done everything myself, from the air intake (no big deal) to fiberglass fabrication (bit of a learning curve, but still not too bad). i have done so much to personalize this baby, and i'm contemplating a much more aggressive undertaking whereby i will recreate part of the dash, the upper-center console and the center console itself, molding everything into a different driver experience. i spend a great deal of time either in my car or working on my car (just ordered a new TT as well, and i'm trying to locate the perfect 'older' 911 to modify and play with), that personalization was just something that had to be done, especially since i bought this used with someone else's preferences.

oh, here's one that's a bit more involved; installing reverse sensors and back-up camera...especially when you drill one hole with a bit that breaks, wobbles and creates a 1/4 of 'extra' space around the hole you 'wanted'...ugh, i still have to fix that, but it's hard to tell so i'm slow to get after it...besides i'm on my third wiring job with the stereo (yep, 3rd, i'll explain in the big photo/explanation post that i'm putting together in my FREE time...bahahahah...free time...when i USED to sleep ;))...

but, i thought that i would at least post-up a before and after (so-far) of the outside. some will probably like the more traditional look of the before pic, but i love the TechArt wheels, tint, splitters, side skirts, etc...

before:

tt-orig.jpg

and, after:

tt-current.jpg

see y'all soon...heading to the composite and plastics place in burbank, then to get some annodized alluminum...wwweeeeeee!!!!!!

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Wish I had more time to spend on my car, seems it's all I can do to wash it every couple of weeks and vacuum and shampoo the carpets annually. Are they hireing where you work? Too many hours spent being self employed the last 30 years.

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Wish I had more time to spend on my car, seems it's all I can do to wash it every couple of weeks and vacuum and shampoo the carpets annually. Are they hireing where you work? Too many hours spent being self employed the last 30 years.

i'm a partner in the company, and have spent the last almost decade self-employed, so i know the feeling all too well of work, work, work...and yes, we're hiring. if you can program php, and are in the LA area.... ;) we're always hiring, that's why i've been able to do all of this :)

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