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Happy to see the dash repair revisited.  I reckon you were trying to sell yourself on the previous go at it, but you weren’t buying your own arguments.   A dash sticks out as much as wheels and paint so a good one really sets the tone.

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I have spent the last week sweating it out in the heat fitting seatbelts and reassembling the doors.
 
 

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In this episode, I tackle the trimming on the rear wheel arches.
 
 

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In this episode I sort out the final fit up of the front end.
 
 

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In this episode I tackle the rest of the diamond stitched trim in the interior of the Z.
 
 

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In this episode I swap around the brakes and have another go at bleeding them.
 
 

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In this episode I try my luck at cutting and buffing the 680.
 
 

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In this episode I attempt to sort out the birds nest that is the wiring on the 680g
 
 

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In this episode I go back and tidy up a bunch of loose ends on the 680g
 
 

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