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hello,
i'm from the netherlands and this is my firtst post at this forum. I'm busy cusomizing a burago viper. Here are some before and after pics.

http://img45.exs.cx/img45/6310/p10103076pn.jpg
the original car was yellow and had a diffrent colour interior but this is the same model.

after some ours work this is how it looks now:

http://img45.exs.cx/img45/5581/p10102992gx.jpg
http://img45.exs.cx/img45/2331/p10103043sf.jpg
http://img45.exs.cx/img45/1731/p10103063ie.jpg
http://img45.exs.cx/img45/1218/p10103017tb.jpg
http://img45.exs.cx/img45/1420/p10604070ix.jpg
the right is the original, i painted the left

http://img45.exs.cx/img45/1102/p10604374ci.jpg
new interior after some painting.

now i just have to work on some details and than paint it. I'm also ordering some rims, i think that would be nice. Does anyone have some tips for painting? Should i do it with an airbrush or not. and what kind of primer do i have to use?

I hope you like my 'project'

jasper

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:welcome aboard, Jasper! :cheers
I'm looking forward to seeingthe Viper finished!

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@ road runner 72: the doors are a 5 minute job actually, ik can explain how if anyone is interrested....

I haven't dicided the colour yet, maybe black or blue. I want to paint it in al mettalic colour, is that harder to do than recular paint??

jappie
 
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@ domin8: that looks nice, how did you painted it? and how dit you put the rims on? I cant get the originals off...
 

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The original rims on the Bburago viper just pull off as there just ushed on over a little round part at the end of the wheel stud in the centre. I got the wheels from a Bburgao crossfire and had to thin the wheel mounting pins to fit them and the discs on. I also had a friend of mine help me out with the paint.. it's done in a proper 2 pac car paint called Nova Chrome which changes three colours and then the riiped effect where the silver is on each end. Might be worth while stripping the whole car once youve fully prepped the body and see whatd itd cost just to get a proper spray painter to give it a once over with some colour and clear.

will watch your progress on this with anticipation :cheers :cheers
 
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