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Flybot 07-15-2012 11:27 AM
I decided to make my own grill mesh to fill in the gaping holes in the rear bumper of my 2012 Cayman R. This is a very simple DIY and I did it in a few hours and for about $50. I think it turned out great. First, after much google searching and getting real smart on what kind of different mesh materials are available such as perforated, woven, or expanded, plastic, aluminum, steel, brass, etc, I came across the perfect material that I think looks much more finished than the expanded mesh...
Flybot 03-23-2012 12:27 AM
. I was inspired to paint some of the interior trim on my Cayman R after seeing a few pics of this factory Porsche Exclusive Peridot Green example. After searching for as much info as possible on painting interior car plastics I settled on a plan. Sending parts away to a professional is an option, but expensive. Local shops may paint parts cheaply, but I donít think they take the proper time to do it right. I do not claim to be an auto body professional, but I did get...
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