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Old 11-29-2012, 01:41 AM   #1681
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That **** looks fire *****...


All you need now is to buy my hardware 3
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:35 PM   #1682
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If it was AC compatible idve totally bought it
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:49 PM   #1683
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:'( You break my heart Jared...
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Old 12-01-2012, 09:09 AM   #1684
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I had the pleasure of seeing this hemorrhoid with AIDS of a Miata the other night. I gotta say you did a great job! I absolutely love the rear bumper and the tail lights look great, can't wait for them to be finished. Now I still am a little bit hesitant on the cut outs on the front bumper but I'm sure you will deliver and they will look great when it's done. Don't get to anxious now and start wet sanding it. Let the crazy Jamaican do it all. Can't wait for this turd to be polished completely and finished

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Old 12-02-2012, 09:37 PM   #1685
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I had the pleasure of seeing this hemorrhoid with AIDS of a Miata the other night. I gotta say you did a great job! I absolutely love the rear bumper and the tail lights look great, can't wait for them to be finished. Now I still am a little bit hesitant on the cut outs on the front bumper but I'm sure you will deliver and they will look great when it's done. Don't get to anxious now and start wet sanding it. Let the crazy Jamaican do it all. Can't wait for this turd to be polished completely and finished
Thanks. This friday Elliot is supposed to finish off the car.

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Old 12-05-2012, 12:09 PM   #1686
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Now I want to take this time out to give credit and attention to where its due.

MASSIVE props to Ryan aka gdnimrod for the perfect no crease or wrinkle install on my new Robbins top. He did this install with the rollbar in making it that much more difficult and no doubt aggravating to install.





Guys, if you live in the SFL area and you need any kind of work done to your car (doesnt have to be a miata) and you cant or dont want to do the work yourself, go see Ryan. I only trust 1 other person to do anything to my car mechanically aside from myself and its Ryan. He's honest, does proper work, he can fabricate just about anything you need and is a spot on welder. He made my seat rail to mount my Bride seat a few months back that I briefly mentioned before and now I can tell you after using it all this time, its a quality piece that is actually more adjustable then any rail I have ever used. Both height AND width adjustable and dual locking, we fit my super slim Bride knock off seat as well as a much wider momo seat in the car without issue.

Pics are of myself who is 5ft5in and 120 pounds and my friend Matt who is 6ft 3in and 230 pounds sitting in my seat. These pics are with the seat cushions still in. Remove em and youll basically be on the floor. Since these pics, Ryan milled out slots to allow the seat to set even lower then these pics show.






Pics of the rails themselves next to my old 13 pound seat rail I was using before. These things feel like they cant weigh more then 2 pounds combined.





They seat me perfectly centered and sit me super low when they are at the lowest setting.


These were the prototype rails and the sets he has made since are far superior. We have been friends for about the past 7 years and I felt it was time to help him out and tell everyone just how great a guy he is and how great of a mechanic he is as well. Top notch work and friend. He seriously does pretty much everything with cars and he does it right.

Contact him at 754-244-1755
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:11 PM   #1687
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with this im almost tempted not to put side mirrors on at all



I just need to get my lower drivers side control arm replacement and then all of this can go in

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Old 12-05-2012, 12:22 PM   #1688
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how much did your wheel cost and where did you get it? you posted some asian site before but I couldn't figure out the price or how to order.

top looks great btw
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:26 PM   #1689
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Thanks and its an HKB wheel. Im probably going to be selling it considering I have no power steering and will be putting in some knuckles to give me more steering angle. Pm me if you want it. I never touched the wheel without my driving gloves on once it was installed
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:44 PM   #1690
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I know Ryan as well. I got to say the guy does great work and is always fair with his prices. Once again I see he did another clean top install. My next top is going to him for sure.
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Old 12-09-2012, 09:48 AM   #1691
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This man, elliot barnes is considered one of, if not THE best at finishing up a paint job. Aside from being a good friend, hes incredible when it comes to his craft. The results speak for themselves. There is just a little left to do and the exterior will finally be done. A rear diffuser, front splitter and to finish my tail lights is all thats left. Better pics will be taken today in the day light as the car basically disappears at night lol













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Old 12-09-2012, 10:23 AM   #1692
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Nice work on that paint.
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:27 PM   #1693
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Thanks
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To be honest I really was not a big fan of the whole body kit you did, but with this paint job.... YOU TOTALLY REDEEM YOURSELF!

Fantastic work, goes to show you how much time and effort it takes just in body work to make the finished result look this good.
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:34 PM   #1695
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Thanks and now maybe folks will understand a bit better now why I was going back and forth with the paint color because I knew it would make or break the whole thing
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You're like me when it comes to paint, very indecisive. The color came out great it definitely made it better in my eyes.
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I cannot get over that paint, or how well that kit came out! kudos! now get some bite behind the bark.
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that dude was absolutely ******* amazing with that polish
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Old 12-11-2012, 03:47 PM   #1699
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Yeah Elliots the man. I just put my side mirrors back on my car even though they need to be painted and I just realized now how damn good the car looks
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You're only teasing us with no pics, Jared.
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