Riviera powered by v12 jaguar

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absolutely Roberta :lol:

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Well after quite a few hours of sanding therapy I am happy with the natural wood colour :D Don't know what I was thinking with the stain :roll:
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Looks great! Well worth the effort...
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Good move Pete..

Looks great.....AG3 here we come....


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Looks fantastic. Don't forget it will darken over time as well.
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Pete

Looks Great!

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Oh Yeah Pete, that looks far better. Great recovery. :D

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One of the great things about natural color is that if it get scraped or gouged, the wood still matches.

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Quite right Bill , and thanks to other posters for support :D

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Look's Great!!!

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have finally got my thermostat housings and fired up the V12 and posted video
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Beautiful!!!

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Pete

Very smooth! Manifolds look (and sound) great. Look forward to seeing the engine installed...


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Pretty impressive Pete!
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That sounds awesome!

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