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How hard would it be to make a replica of the current front end and then modify it? Has anyone done this?


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Edited by - rudy on 02/18/2002 11:39:54 AM
 

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it costs 1000's of dollars to make a mold. it's really not worth it, unless you plan on selling the kit in mass quantities.

moving to looks to kill.


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not really rudy if you do a male mold

but, if you are at the point of asking how hard would it be, it would be way too hard for you.

and even with the male mold, you are looking at the cost of a front bumper anywhere else, but this way you get to say what it looks like

good in some ways, not so good in others. what I am going to do is simply modify my bumper with fiberglass and not bother doing the whole thing and worrying about it lining up, etc.


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Forget mold just get a front bumper off a wrecked one or from Hyundai and play with some fiberglass or anything else....experimentation is the key


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