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my lass's boot install, pics within

dumdum Mar 28, 2008

  1. dumdum

    dumdum New Member

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    i threw some wood, some fibreglass and some filler into a boot and then lobbed some vinyl at it and it turned out like this midway, more pics to follow ;)
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    just a taster of whats to come :)
     
  2. dumdum

    dumdum New Member

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    the other side :) partially done :)
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    i hate screws showing in a build so i am using all my cunning tricks to hide them ;) like the light, pop it out and there is a piece of strip bracket with a screw fixing it to the side, the boot has to be returned to standard so minimal damage to trim etc, it is in the handle to remove the side trim for that one so its in a recess :)
     
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    dumdum New Member

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    more pics for your eyes to peruse :D
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    side panel trimmed up and fitted :)
     
  4. dumdum

    dumdum New Member

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    pulled my finger out and cracked on with the amp surround
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    even got it trimmed too! :)
    looks pretty good so far! ;) just the floor to do, hmmm, maybe a raised S3 logo me thinks ;)
     
  5. mattfinn

    mattfinn There ain't no party like an S-Club Party.

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    Does she know youve done this?

    Im a sucker for a nice install, but in my old age I need my boot for boring sh1t like shopping and bodies.

    Looks like some nice work gone into that mate, you do it for a living?
     
  6. dualmono21

    dualmono21 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    would look and sound better in a polo :)
     
  7. dumdum

    dumdum New Member

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    Floor is done now! :)
    Had to make the floor out of two pieces, but the two don't fit perfectly and that is what i'm after, no half measures for this one, but i found this out after i had trimmed it! :( redo for the floor in the near future me thinks ;) Audi logo turned out pretty well though :D

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    Just the wiring to do now and fit the front components :D
     
  8. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Looks good, just fingers crossed you never need to replace a brake light!
     
  9. S3Steve

    S3Steve Active Member

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    Nice work mate
     
  10. dumdum

    dumdum New Member

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    3 screws to get at pass side light cluster and two for the drivers side, that and i am a mechanic by trade and she will come see me for the bulb, so no problem there ;)
     
  11. Oranoco

    Oranoco Well-Known Member

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    Nicely done. I've not done a proper install for years.

    Definately a nicer job than my A4 with a factory box slung in the boot with a pair of Kicker 12's in it. lol. Can't do anything nice with mine as the wife puts horse stuff in there all the time and I've got work stuff I need to ferry about
     
  12. Jacko4130

    Jacko4130 Goodie Gum Drops

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    Where you ment to put the shopping?
     
  13. WillsNogaroTT

    WillsNogaroTT B cool, B safe, B foolish

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    Very nice work my friend. nice touch with the audi logo
     
  14. RGC

    RGC I void warranties"!

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    :lmfao::eiertritt::wtf:
     

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