I used a 14" wood hand saw, I was in the garage staring at the bumper, staring at the saw, staring at the bumper, and one thing led to another. I used a file to clean the edges off.What did you use to cut the bumper? Did you cut it with some sort of hand/coping saw or something powered like a jigsaw or something more specialized like a hot knife and what sort of edge were you left with?
Like the complexion of a desperate Teenager. Looks like **** from an inch away, but from a distance I think It looks cool AF.What did you use to cut the bumper? Did you cut it with some sort of hand/coping saw or something powered like a jigsaw or something more specialized like a hot knife and what sort of edge were you left with?
Sorry it took me so long to see this, The Scoops are off a ST185 Celica 3S-GTE that I found in a scrapyard.I am building my first offshore project which is a 1998 Rav 4. I'm having trouble finding the accessories that I am interested in. I want to put a push bar and some sort of hood scoop on mine and so your thread is interesting. Can I ask where you sourced the push bar and scoop?
We were living in Fort Mac for a year, and I did this Mod in the living room of our apartment. Yes, there were Sparks flying throughout the Apartment as I cut these parts free from the hood with an Angle Grinder starting at around midnight and finishing around 7am lol.:lol: I love this photo :thumbs_up:
Oh I'm Married, going on six years now, we have two BEAUTIFUL Cars.Very cool idea and nicely done! One wouldn't know it was pieced together. AND: you must not be married; Car parts scattered on the couch..........:wink