Rebuilding the Wheel Well & Trunk on my Salvaged GT-R

In today’s episode were rebuilding the wheel well left side of the trunk.

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22 thoughts on “Rebuilding the Wheel Well & Trunk on my Salvaged GT-R

  1. Before too many crazy comments come in let me explain a few things i should have in the video.
    1. Its just a wheel well and some trunk sheet metal, were not working with frame rails here.
    2. Although this might not look the cleanest (you'll never see it anyways), the OEM inner panels to replace everything would cost thousands of dollars and then to fit the widebody id have to cut most of them in half. So that seemed like a giant waste of time and money to me.

  2. This poor car. The money you waisted on broken parts would have nearly bought the wheel house components you needed. Then you buy a crucial part and say you're throwing it away because it isn't necessary. That's just crazy to me. This car isn't worth much with repairs like that. Feel like I watched episode of let's convert a GTR to a NASCAR. Wished I lived close to you because you need professional help, bro. Been doing body work for 28 years, I would be glad to show you a few things if it made nice cars nice again.

  3. Dam can't believe this was a year ago i remember i was so into this build then you were like oh I'm not gonna do it anymore so i unfollowed. Now i got a recommendation on it after so long lol

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