Modded Devil Red Cappuccino

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Postby Nick Livori

This is my modded Cappuccino. I know it's a classic car, but I decided to turn this baby into street-style. The colour is lucifer red with fine golden glitters, and a touch of ink to get out a pearly effect. Hope you like it. It took me several months to finish this project (and still more things to go!)

Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:15

Colour changes according to viewing angle, and light.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:19

Front. Okey I should have cleaned it before taking the pic. But hey, it's still nice 8) This is an imitation of a "[color=indigo:9988776655]blitz[/color:9988776655]" bumper.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:21

Rear. Similar to [color=indigo:9988776655]Cross country[/color:9988776655], but with some extra mods. No licence plate yet 8O . The boot-spoiler is the one that [color=red:9988776655]Mazda Rx-7[/color:9988776655] has on its boot only. On the capo (with some little moddifications), it stretches from side to side :lol:

Still have to do the exhaust pipes yet.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:25

Inflated Mudguards. Notice the mudguards (both front and rear) have been inflated (fibre and smoothed out) to give more width to the body.

Modded side skirts have been fitted as well, screwed and using black silicone.

Yet to do - change the side indicator lights to clear lights (not orange).
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:27

Modded bumper.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:29

Roof. The roof panels have been coloured the same colour as the body. I think this gives a more sporty look to the car by having it coloured all the same.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:31

Wheels. The wheels have also been changed to 195/50/15.

However I just changed to profile to 45, and modified the arches so that they don't rub with the body. Tyres are rotational Marangoni which are excellent on wet road, and the wheels are Mangels.
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Postby Nick Livori » Wed Jan 02, 2008 14:32

Read Angled Pic. 8)
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