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    hi , basic's are ... my E36 is now built for track use only , and although its only for race / drift , i still want it to look pretty cool to !

    however im now debating to remove my dash board ( everything else has already gone ) but im scared that its going to be a wire jungle seeing as glove box/centre console etc has already gone ... have you also removed your dash / got pictures and removed un-needed wires ?


    anyway , heres my car and a picture of pure inspiration



    now , show me some pictures of used & abused / track car / your skid car (pleeeaaaseeeeeee)
     
     

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    that looks nice, but you need some of these: http://www.passionauto.co.uk/product...html?gshopping

    but i can not help you with your request, lol sorry
     
     

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    Haha , cheers fella , I already got some due to my bonnet catch never works ( cable must be stretched ) and some for my boot too cause I open it with my finger haha ! Cheers !
     
     

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    here are a couple of pics from my rally car build





    I had pulled most of the wiring down to get me good access for the rewiring but it can look really tidy with the use of a load of cable ties and if you strap your existing clocks to the steering column support bar.
    Last edited by eddiee36; 17-05-2011 at 10:46. Reason: further info
    Rich
     
     

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    Wow ... You have now made me want to take the day off work and grab my tool box ! Well , the car will never ever see a head unit and the fans etc for cold:hot air , anyone know how I could find where I could remove that whole loom or something ? Cheers
     
     

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