1. Have glass removed
  2. Welding running board/hood/chassis cracks
  3. sand down engine bay
  4. sand down trunk
  5. sand down car
  6. remove side moulding
  7. Fix front bumper mount holes
  8. I want to sand down the car and get it painted.


He cut a good chunk of it so we it an be sized up to how much we want.


M30/ Kouki Leopard hood (notice hood smoother on top).


Zenki hood: besides where I pointed out the differences… the contour of the hood in the middle is more prominent than the flat M30’s contours. Where it starts at the grill and goes up to the windshield. I don’t know if you want to try and flatten that area where I have the arrow pointing near the grill.


My idea is maybe one of those type of vents and maybe blend it a bit with the front of the hood cut?


Itabashi-san gave this idea. He said cut these areas:




I actually want the car to be two tone. I want a bright white (Winter White) with blue pearl and the lower part being silver (Silver frost) or Titanium (Titanium frost metalic).

Perfect example of the color combo.



Alpine white or Winter white – basically, I want a bright white.



Lower part  – iridium silver metallic









The Piko racing sides skirts are currently in half. I am hoping to get them done soon enough. If you want to make copies, please do. If you do make copies, let’s just keep it within our group of homies. (Mark, Renny, Roger V, Edrik, Jim and you). Also the rear valances.

Front end

I’ve done the best I could with the rusty bumper support. So I’m glad bout that. I do think I will have to cut it to make clearance for the intercooler, as they did in the magazine.


I have both fenders. In the picture below, the left side fender had some damage near the headlight, I pounded out the dent the best I could, still needed work to follow the body line. But I got a replacement fender.


Body… bumper covers are shit. So those are definitely coming off before it gets to you.



The interior is stripped and there is the typical chassis cracks on both sides when the door is open.

Not the picture, but just for reference.